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I am a technicien, i am currently working with Micros.. product, but i am fedup of these product, to expensive for the home users and small companies. Soon, during the summer, when things will be more quiet, i will follow a formation.
Actually, this command work with my topic 56k v90, but what would be the equivalent of autoexec.bat with linux, how could a make it permanent ?
As david_ross mentions, the files in /etc/rc* are usually where startup scripts are located.
There is also a /etc/setserial.conf that may be appropriate.
Please mention the distribution of Linux you are using for more information.
I am still impressed with an intelligent question on a first post. I hope we can give you an intelligent answer.
Did I forget to say welcome to Linuxquestions?