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Linux: command to be executed each time the system boots

P: 38
Hi All,

I want the commad "chkconfig novell-zmd off" to be executed automatically each time the systems boots ;

Should i write this command to some file or is there any other way
Please let me know your thoughts on this

Regards,
Ganesh
Jun 16 '08 #1
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ashitpro
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P: 542
locate the file named 'rc.local' or 'boot.local'
put this command at the end of the file..
It should execute at system boot
Jun 16 '08 #2

P: 38
thank you so much ;
i also tried disabling it by using yast (system services) and it worked

thank you,
Regards,
Ganesh
Jun 20 '08 #3

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