Run Scripts When the System Boots
If you would like to run scripts when the system is booting up or shutting down, you can write scripts in start-stop-status. This script will be executed with the "start" or "stop" parameter, when the package is enabled. If you want to execute a script during the boot-up or shut-down process, you can put a start-up script in /usr/local/etc/rc.d/. Below are the rules for the start-up script:
- It must contain the suffix ".sh". For example, "myprog.sh".
- The permission must be 755.
- It must contain the options of "start" and "stop". When the system boots up, it will call
myprog.sh start; when it shuts down, it will call