* On 12/04/06 16:13 -0400, fbsd wrote:
|  etc/rc.d is for software that is part of the operating system and
|  stuff in here gets launched by control statments in rc.conf
| 
|  /usr/local/etc/rc.d is where software installed from the ports
| normally put their start up scripts.
| At boot time the directory is read and all scripts
| ending in .sh get executed.

With rcNG, it seems that any script with the executable mode set and
with a matching control statement in /etc/rc.conf will get started
regardless of whether it ends in .sh or not.


-Wash

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