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By script, do you mean the command to start this at boot?
If so, then just add the command to the script /etc/init.d/boot.local. This script, which is empty when you first install SuSE, is intended to hold commands that are executed immediately after boot. I use it myself for starting mysql.
Yes that is what is been said.
Though the dir does not exist.
Do I have to create it?
Which directory doesn't exist? /etc/init.d is one of the main system directories, which exists in both of the verions of SuSE that I have installed (9.1 and 10), and boot.local is a shell script within that directory, which you can edit to add your own startup commands.
And also the path to lisa does not.
According to this page, the command to start lisa is:
Ah... boot.local isn't a directory, it's a Shell Script file. Open it in a text editor, and add the command(s) to it. If it really doesn't exist, you could probably create it, but it exists in both of my installations.
> cd /etc/init.d
/etc/init.d> file boot.local
boot.local: Bourne shell script text
rclisa start gives:
Het opgegeven commando kon niet worden uitgevoerd.