Jerry McAllister jerrymc at clunix.cl.msu.edu
Tue Apr 18 13:28:55 UTC 2006

> in my freebsd 6.0 there is no "rc.local" ,
> how i can get rc.local ??

You would have to create one.   But, most of the things people
used to put in to rc.local on FreeBSD have been changed and are
handled in other ways or are put other places.   So, rc.local 
isn't so often used any more.    Check out /usr/local/etc/rc.d,
for example.

But, if you just have to have an rc.local for some reason of your
own, then just use a text editor (vi) and create it.   Just make
sure what you are doing with it doesn't conflict with any of the
more modern ways of doing things.   You might need to ask about
specific items - where they go now or how they are now handled - 
that you used to see in rc.local.


> thanks.
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