Originally Posted by bytez
... apf doesn't load at startup anymore. Does anyone know why? Which file does apf write to in order to autoload at boot?
It could be started different ways. Section 2.1 of this document
describes two ways that apf
might be started at boot time. Did you download apf
or did it come with your distro? If the latter, what distro are you using?
EDIT: I just noticed which distro you are using ... Unless you installed it yourself and started it from rc.local
, I think you should be able to use chkconfig
to see if it is enabled. If you don't know how to use chkconfig
, check its man page
. (I know roughly what chkconfig
does, but I have not used it.)