: *BSD- OS
: OpenBSD 4.9 rc.d startup scripts
: quintessence

quintessence 12 2011, 11:28
< http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq10.html#rc >


The /etc/rc.d/ directory
Starting with OpenBSD 4.9, you have another option for packages. Most packages will now install a startup sript in /etc/rc.d to handle their startup and shutdown. This is used ONLY for add-on applications, the base system does not use any scripts in this directory.

Note that rather than having each sript in rc.d managing the entire startup, shutdown, reload, restart, and check operations, most rc.d sripts can be reduced to specifying a very few variables, and invoking the rc.subr sript, which manages most of the standard way of doing these tasks.


< http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/man.cgi?query=rc.d&sektion=8 >


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