How to Run script on Linux start with rc.local

27 January,2012 by Tom Collins

A quick method to use for executing a script on Linux  start.

After all the other processes are started by the init command at boot time, the  script is run on Red Hat  based systems:




Add  any extra script\commands references  to this file.

See Also

db2start at start up on Linux

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