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Old 01-12-2005, 08:41 PM   #1
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Any way to startup daemon automatically?

Dear all,

I wish to startup two antivirus daemons "clamd" and "clamdscan" automatically. My clamav is tarball which does not provide startup script. IS there any other way that I can startup the daemon besides writing up script? I am quite new in linux, have no idea of writing script.

thanks in advance
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The /etc/rc.local is the last initialization script to run at boot. Edit the file and add a line including the full path to the file like


You need to be logged in as root to edit files in the /etc/ directory.
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