> > Firstly, it would be a bit more helpfull if you named the script as I'm not > sure what you are trying to do. > BTW, The SuSE 6.2 release is over three year old. > The script is called dynacc (http://www.fire.wolfsburg.de/proj/dynacc/) and its been designed for suse 6.2 or 6.3 I chose this script because it seems to do just about everything I need, but its only been developed for suse. I know suse 6.2 is old but i thought someone might still be using it or would at least have some experience with it and be able to shed some light. > The rc.config file was where all the base system configuration settings were > held and had settings to allow each init script to be run on bootup. > > As per the manual: > > "Nearly any configuration of SuSE Linux can be done via a central > configuration file called /etc/rc.config. Here a couple of enviromnet > variables are set which are (amoungst others) checked by the init scripts. > Each of the scripts under /sbin/init.d executes /etc/rc.config as a first > step in order to read the values of those variables which apply to it." > > "Moreover very many configuration files can be generated from /etc/rc.config. > This is the task of /sbin/SuSEconfig. If you change the network > configuration, for example the file /etc/resolv.conf will be regenerated as > it depends on the configuration you have made." > I dont think there is such a file in red hat except maybe /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit or /etc/rc.d/rc.local this could be interesting to port to red hat. Thanks for your help Graham.
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