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> Adding scripts to kernel startup
post Jan 16 2006, 03:36 PM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?

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This is an insane Noob question, but I trying to add TeamSpeak and Ventrilo to my startup for run level 3 for Fedora Core 1 and I cannot for the life of me figure out how to do it in the GUI. I have the option in the Services window to add a service, but no matter what I enter it kicks back an error saying the file needed is not found. The location and name of the file for TeamSpeak that needs to be added is "/TeamSpeak2/tss2_rc2/teamspeak-server_startscript". Why am I having such a hard time with this?

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post Jan 16 2006, 04:11 PM
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Its GNU/

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Fedora uses Sysv init scripts like:

Even though it is Redhat docs Fedora still works the same. The inits scripts have the format of:

This script is saved in the /etc/init.d directory. You should now be able to add the service.

Another method if you just want to run the script is to add a line in the rc.local file to execute it. The rc.local script file is last thing to run independent of runlevels.
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