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Re: [LINUX_Newbies] Re: How to Start Apache Automatically

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  • Chad Martin
    ... Was it /etc/rc.local ? If not, you could try running grep httpd /etc/* and it will search all the files in /etc/ for a line with httpd. Chad Martin
    Message 1 of 11 , Jun 30, 2004
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      Duane A. Couchot-Vore wrote:
      > I did find a startup file into which I put the following:
      >
      > httpd start
      > vstfpd start
      >
      > which does start those services on boot. Trouble is, I don't remember
      > what that file was and can't seem to find it again. :( I'll try nysysv
      > and chkconfig to get Samba going that way.

      Was it /etc/rc.local ?

      If not, you could try running

      grep httpd /etc/*

      and it will search all the files in /etc/ for a line with httpd.

      Chad Martin
    • Duane A. Couchot-Vore
      ... Yes, it was /etc/rc.local. Thanks a million. I ll never forget it again! Duane
      Message 2 of 11 , Jul 1, 2004
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        --- In LINUX_Newbies@yahoogroups.com, Chad Martin <chad@t...> wrote:
        > Duane A. Couchot-Vore wrote:
        > > I did find a startup file into which I put the following:
        > >
        > > httpd start
        > > vstfpd start
        > >
        > > which does start those services on boot. Trouble is, I don't remember
        > > what that file was and can't seem to find it again. :( I'll try nysysv
        > > and chkconfig to get Samba going that way.
        >
        > Was it /etc/rc.local ?
        >
        > If not, you could try running
        >
        > grep httpd /etc/*
        >
        > and it will search all the files in /etc/ for a line with httpd.
        >
        > Chad Martin

        Yes, it was /etc/rc.local. Thanks a million. I'll never forget it again!

        Duane
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