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Old 12-27-2008, 05:11 PM   #1
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Don't see the old familiar startup scripts folders rc0.d etc.

Can someone explain the Zenwalk way of handling startup scripts? It seems like Zenwalk diverted from the familiar rc0.d, rc1.d etc. setup. I cant find any script links in the /etc folder. I guess I could do a search, but then my question is why is Zenwalk different?
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AFAIK they use the /etc/rc. strategie.
Did you do a search?


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