Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by inaninck, Jan 15, 2010.
Where can I find the start up scripts like the rc.d structure?
Thanks for your feedback!
On the left side, click on Administration and the you should see a sub list which includes Scripts as a link
That's not what I mean. On a Linux OS there is the /etc/init.d directory where all the scripts are which are run when the system comes up. Whether the script are executed or not, depends on the definitions in the /etc/rc.X ( where X = 0...6 ) directories.
I cannot find this on the Tomato busybox.
Embedded linuxes don't need the flexibility of these /etc/init.d scripts. They are just a waste of the limited storage/memory space the devices Tomato usually runs on have.
This functionality is all included in the /sbin/rc (init) program.
OK, clear. I understand.
This incident can be closed.