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    Default Creating inti scripts

    Tutorials online talk of using /etc/init.d/skeleton as a template for creating these scripts. However, in my PC, this file cannot be found. Is there one anywhere?

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    Default Re: Creating inti scripts

    Quote Originally Posted by giantas View Post
    Tutorials online talk of using /etc/init.d/skeleton as a template for creating these scripts. However, in my PC, this file cannot be found. Is there one anywhere?
    You should know that openSUSE is using systemd now (which replaced the SysV init system), so that file is long gone. It is still possible to use boot.local and after.local for simple startup tasks, but otherwise you're best to create a custom .service unit file and have that execute a script. There are a number of tutorials online if you care to search.

    https://doc.opensuse.org/documentati...a.systemd.html

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    Default Re: Creating inti scripts

    Quote Originally Posted by deano_ferrari View Post
    You should know that openSUSE is using systemd now (which replaced the SysV init system), so that file is long gone. It is still possible to use boot.local and after.local for simple startup tasks, but otherwise you're best to create a custom .service unit file and have that execute a script. There are a number of tutorials online if you care to search.

    https://doc.opensuse.org/documentati...a.systemd.html
    Thanks, much better than init scripts.

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