Originally Posted by r4jiv007
what if i want to execute a binary file not the shell script ??
and can u please explain me your lines atleast give me a breif
there are files by the name of rc0, rc.1, rc.2 ....
and directories by the name of rc0.d, rc1.d rc2.d ........
which contains the services to be started
The naming is done on the basis of run level i.e.
run level 0----> rc0.d
run level 5----> rc5.d
'K' and 'S' scripts are used to represent the type of execution
scripts starting with K are executed before S scripts
S stands for start and K stands for stop
every file inside rcx.d is linked in /etc/init.d
So put your file in rcx.d and create a link to init.d
if you want to execute a binary file make it executable and do as I mentioned
best of luck