LeRoy on 13 Jun 2009 04:13:19 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] Why start servers from cron instead of /etc/rc.d?...

> Any idea why it would have been set up this way?  Any advantages
> you can see?  Something to do with the timing of the server starts,
> or access rights, or something?  I don't see it.  Why not use the
> standard S links, and the standard config files?
> Thanks,
> --Fred

cjohnson19791979@gmail.com wrote:
> Possibly to control the order in which they start?
The S and K links have the start order in the link

S20wifi-radar -> ../init.d/wifi-radar
S25bluetooth -> ../init.d/bluetooth

The 2 digit number after the S or K determins the order of events.
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