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Alright I have created a webserver and its running good (aside from having samba problems I can't figure out) The question I have is regarding setting up Apache, MySQL and VSFTPD to automatically startup once the system reboots. I was curious how I do this. Do I have to edit a file or is there an easy command that I just use on the command line to run. I'm not sure if I have to edit somethign in inetd or rc.local.
OK So lets say I want to start Apache. Usually I would type "/usr/local/bin/apache2/bin/apachectl start". So in my rc.local file I would add a new line with "/usr/local/bin/apache2/bin/apachectl start"?
if the binary for apache is here
then i think he has built that from source so he can make some scripts on his own and put that in the runlevel,with help from the readymade scripts