Bob bob at tamara-b.org
Sun Feb 4 00:21:30 UTC 2007


While running Linux, I would put things like:

/sbin/route add -net  -netmask -blackhole

in /etc/rc.d/rc.local along with any "local" configurations I wanted.

Under FreeBSD, /etc/rc.d/rc.local does not seem to be an end-user rc
file IE, it does real start-up stuff, and is part of the base system.
My Question: Where is the proper place under FreeBSD, to put truly
local start-up commands? Commands I want executed at the very END of the
boot process, and which are truly LOCAL?


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