Originally posted by jhildebrand
Thanks, a great way to learn.
BTW, what does "rc.d" mean? It's a lot easier to learn if you understand why.
I can't remember off top of my head but I believe it means "run commands" in which most startup scripts or scripts in general are named that as they run commands.
Its possible that the rc.d stands for "runcommands.directory"... not totally sure, just a guess.