Re: Starting a program at boot

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Paul Ward píše v Po 10. 07. 2006 v 12:15 +0100:
> Hi,
> Just a quick question, I have installed darkstat on my pc but would
> like to to have it start at boot time. My prefered way would be by a
> service in /etc/init.d however darkstat does not have one installed
> and runs as /usr/sbin/darkstat
> I have been told to start it from the /etc/init.d/httpd script but
> feel this a work around and I do not want to start hacking my config
> even if it is only one line.
> Does anyone have any sugestion on the best way to start darkstat at boot time.
> Also does any one know a better way to monitor my incoming and
> outgoing traffic as I am moving provider and am about to have a limit
> for the first time.
> Thanks
> Paul

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