To help you out chkconfig is used to change the start or stop value of a script in the /etc/rc.d/init.d. It also is used to change which runlevels the service will start in or stop in. If there is a script in /etc/rc.d/init.d for superkarambe then you can use the chkconfig command. If not one can do like example below
chkconfig --level 345 dhcpd on When rebooted the dhcpd service will start in runlevels 3, 4, & 5.
chkconfig --level 345 dhcpd off Deactivates the service from running in runlevel 3, 4, & 5
chkconfig dhcpd stop. Stops the service now.
chkconfig dhcpd start Starts the service now.
Now one can create one by using the add option. But you will need to create a script first. I think this is correct but I have never done it this way myself. I am use to the old school manual way.
Create script in /etc/rc.d/init.d
Call it superkaramba
Simple Contents of script. One can do a lot more look over other scripts there for pointers.
Make executable with chmod command.
Run ' chkconfig --add --level 345 superkaramba on ' Being it was created in the init.d directory one may not need the --add option.
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