Peter A. Giessel
pgiessel at mac.com
Sat Jan 30 00:03:29 UTC 2016
> Dear Experts,
I’m not an expert... so this could be wrong...
> How does one create "epoligue" script in FreeBSD. By "epoligue" script
> script I mean here the script that is executed after everything described
> in /etc/rc.conf is done (services started, interfaces initialized etc.).
> I'm left clueless. As Linux refugee I have a feeling that this is doable
> without a hack, like making init script, and having "sleep ..." in it
> before payload. In Linux this is done using /etc/rc.d/rc.local which is
> executed _after_ everything else is done.
> Just pointers where to read will be great.
I’m pretty sure you want to look at:
I’m pretty sure it will involve setting the right dependancies on your script to assure that in executes last.
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