I want to add my tunable power savings to startup script location /ect/rc.local. I’ve exported PowerTOP report to HTML file (which I assume will be in /home.) Where I fall over is pretty basic, trying to edit /ect/rc.local file as root in a text editor;
sudo kwrite /ect/rc.local
kwrite: cannot connect to X server
while there read up on the differences between using sudo and
actually being root–ubuntu doesn’t allow you to be root–here you
can make ‘grown up’ decisions…for good, or to murder your system in
one easy stroke
Using 12.3 Tumblweed repos. Been using sudo all over the place & have a rabbit warren spaghetti like mess of subscribed repos. MP3 playback broke today (see latest post) maybe a reinstall & more care is needed?
On Thu, 11 Apr 2013 17:06:02 +0000, fleamour wrote:
> Is there a systemd equivalent to etc/rc/local?
Yes - but it looks like it’s basically creating a service definition
file. One option that looks promising (if you have an rc.local file
already that you want to use) is an rc.local service that calls it. I
found an example of this at:
> Using 12.3 Tumblweed repos. Been using sudo all over the place & have a
> rabbit warren spaghetti like mess of subscribed repos. MP3 playback
> broke today (see latest post) maybe a reinstall & more care is needed?
Perhaps, though it’s possible it may not be difficult to fix. But I’ll
leave that for the other thread.