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import of version 2.1.0

1 This directory contains some scripts for auto-starting BackupPC
2 on boot.
3
4 The subdirectory src contains source versions of these scripts (before
5 various absolute paths have been filled in).
6
7 Here are instrcutions for different OSs. Please submit additions
8 or improvements to this list!
9
10 RedHat Linux:
11 ============
12
13 When configure.pl is run, the script linux-backuppc is created. It
14 should be copied to /etc/init.d/backuppc:
15
16 cp linux-backuppc /etc/init.d/backuppc
17
18 After copying it, you can test it by running these commands as root:
19
20 /etc/init.d/backuppc start
21 /etc/init.d/backuppc status
22 /etc/init.d/backuppc stop
23
24 You should then run the following commands as root:
25
26 chkconfig --add backuppc
27 chkconfig --level 345 backuppc on
28 chkconfig --list backuppc
29
30 This will auto-start backuppc at run levels 3, 4 and 5.
31
32 Debian Linux:
33 ============
34
35 When configure.pl is run, the script debian-backuppc is created.
36
37 (Can a Debian user add some instructions here??)
38
39 Suse Linux:
40 ==========
41
42 When configure.pl is run, the script suse-backuppc is created.
43
44 Using Suse 9.0 "chkconfig --level" doesn't work, so you should run:
45
46 chkconfig backuppc 345
47 chkconfig --list backuppc
48
49 Gentoo Linux:
50 ============
51
52 When configure.pl is run, the script gentoo-backuppc and the init conf files
53 gentoo-backuppc.conf are created. They should be copied to the following
54 locations:
55
56 cp gentoo-backuppc /etc/init.d/backuppc
57 cp gentoo-backuppc.conf /etc/conf.d/backuppc
58
59 You can test it by running these commands as root:
60
61 /etc/init.d/backuppc start
62 /etc/init.d/backuppc status
63 /etc/init.d/backuppc stop
64
65 After copying these files, run the following as root to make BackupPC to
66 start automatically at boot (at the default run level):
67
68 rc-update add backuppc default
69
70 Solaris:
71 =======
72
73 When configure.pl is run the shell script solaris-backuppc is created.
74 This should be copied to /etc/init.d and links made in /etc/rc3.d
75 and /etc/rc0.d.
76
77 cp solaris-backuppc /etc/init.d/backuppc
78 ln -s /etc/init.d/backuppc /etc/rc3.d/S85backuppc
79 ln -s /etc/init.d/backuppc /etc/rc0.d/K85backuppc
80
81 This will auto-start backuppc at run level 3 and stop it at run level 0.
82
83 (Can a Solaris user please tell me if these instructions are correct?)

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