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Old 11-28-2003, 02:37 AM   #1
tchigi
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How to create a tiny script and make it start automatically


Hello there!

I want to make a script to execute the netstat-command on my kde-desktop automatically at system-start

Can anybody show me how to make this script and how to make it start automatically?



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tchigi
 
Old 11-28-2003, 04:29 AM   #2
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Here is what I'd do:

Create a file with an editor of your choice, containing
Code:
#!/bin/bash
netstat <here any options etc.>
and save it under a <convenient name>. Then
Code:
chmod 777 <convenient name>
Now comes the dichotomy . System startup is not KDE startup. For system startup you would have to call <convenient name> from the init files of the system (probably /etc/initrc or some such, right befor the call of kdm).

On your KDE desktop you would right-click -> new -> icon(?, choose something sensible), in the menu then popping up you have to assign a picture and more vital /path/to/your/<convenient name> command.

After saving, you should test it, output goes probably to console#0, i.e. press <Alt><Crtl><F1> to look for it, getting back to KDE is pressing <Alt><Crtl><F7>.

Alternatively you would have to look for something like a directory called autorun or some such in KDE (possibly KDE-Command center) and draw a link from your new icon to it, then the script starts right after KDE is up and running.

This is in part guesswork, try other reasonable venues and good luck .
 
Old 11-28-2003, 04:48 AM   #3
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many thx

Well thank you JZL240I-U,

i am going to try it....

Best regards
tchigi
 
  


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