Originally Posted by Cobozco
@lleb, I put the bash file in init.d with the other .sh files and it was unsuccessful
@bigrigdriver, I moved the files over and now it runs, but it runs in the background...
Anyway to bring up a terminal screen when the file begins and continues to run?
As a rule ini.d scripts will only run on boot
udev might be more suited to your needs
you should find some good examples here
as for the terminal issue, depends on the terminal
using xterm as an example,
RUN+="xterm -hold -e /path/to/script.sh
-hold prevents xterm from closing when your script completes
-e <command> execute command