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  1. #6
    chikosanchez
    hehehe certo, apagarei agora mesmo!!!

    Veja, verifiquei em /etc/init.d tem um chamado apenas rc, mas não achei rc.local hein...
    Devo usar esse rc mesmo???

    Veja o conteúdo dele:

    Código :
    #! /bin/sh
    #
    # rc		This file is responsible for starting/stopping
    #		services when the runlevel changes.
    #
    #		Optimization feature:
    #		A startup script is _not_ run when the service was
    #		running in the previous runlevel and it wasn't stopped
    #		in the runlevel transition (most Debian services don't
    #		have K?? links in rc{1,2,3,4,5} )
    #
    # Author:	Miquel van Smoorenburg <miquels@cistron.nl>
    #		Bruce Perens <Bruce@Pixar.com>
    #
    # Version:	@(#)rc 2.78 07-Nov-1999 [email]miquels@cistron.nl[/email]
    #
     
    # Un-comment the following for debugging.
    # debug=echo
     
    #
    # Start script or program.
    #
    startup() {
     case "$1" in
    	*.sh)
    		$debug sh "$@"
    		;;
    	*)
    		$debug "$@"
    		;;
     esac
    }
     
     # Ignore CTRL-C only in this shell, so we can interrupt subprocesses.
     trap ":" INT QUIT TSTP
     
     # Set onlcr to avoid staircase effect.
     stty onlcr 0>&1
     
     # Now find out what the current and what the previous runlevel are.
     
     runlevel=$RUNLEVEL
     # Get first argument. Set new runlevel to this argument.
     [ "$1" != "" ] && runlevel=$1
     if [ "$runlevel" = "" ]
     then
    	echo "Usage: $0 <runlevel>" >&2
    	exit 1
     fi
     previous=$PREVLEVEL
     [ "$previous" = "" ] && previous=N
     
     export runlevel previous
     
     # Is there an rc directory for this new runlevel?
     if [ -d /etc/rc$runlevel.d ]
     then
    	# First, run the KILL scripts.
    	if [ $previous != N ]
    	then
    		for i in /etc/rc$runlevel.d/K[0-9][0-9]*
    		do
    			# Check if the script is there.
    			[ ! -f $i ] && continue
     
    			# Stop the service.
    			startup $i stop
    		done
    	fi
    	# Now run the START scripts for this runlevel.
        steps=$(echo /etc/rc$runlevel.d/S*)
        num_steps=0
        for step in $steps; do
          num_steps=$(($num_steps + 1))
          case "${step##/etc/rc$runlevel.d/S??}" in
            gdm|xdm|kdm)
              break
              ;;
          esac
        done
        current_step=0
     
    	for i in $steps
    	do
    		[ ! -f $i ] && continue
     
    		if [ $previous != N ] && [ $previous != S ]
    		then
    			#
    			# Find start script in previous runlevel and
    			# stop script in this runlevel.
    			#
    			suffix=${i#/etc/rc$runlevel.d/S[0-9][0-9]}
    			stop=/etc/rc$runlevel.d/K[0-9][0-9]$suffix
    			previous_start=/etc/rc$previous.d/S[0-9][0-9]$suffix
    			#
    			# If there is a start script in the previous level
    			# and _no_ stop script in this level, we don't
    			# have to re-start the service.
    			#
    			[ -f $previous_start ] && [ ! -f $stop ] && continue
    		fi
    		case "$runlevel" in
    			0|6)
    				startup $i stop
    				;;
    			*)
    				startup $i start
    				;;
    		esac
            last_step=$(($last_step + 1))
            # 50% of progress for rcS, 50% for our ultimate runlevel
            progress=$(($last_step * 50 / $num_steps + 50))
            if type usplash_write >/dev/null 2>&1; then
              usplash_write "PROGRESS $progress" || true
            fi
    	done
     fi
    # eof /etc/init.d/rc

    É nesse mesmo? ou vou fazer besteira?... ehhehe

    Valeu muito a força mano!
    Chiko

  2. é esse ai mesmo chikosanchez,

    deixe eie assim:


    #! /bin/sh
    #
    # rc This file is responsible for starting/stopping
    # services when the runlevel changes.
    #
    # Optimization feature:
    # A startup script is _not_ run when the service was
    # running in the previous runlevel and it wasn't stopped
    # in the runlevel transition (most Debian services don't
    # have K?? links in rc{1,2,3,4,5} )
    #
    # Author: Miquel van Smoorenburg <miquels@cistron.nl>
    # Bruce Perens <Bruce@Pixar.com>
    #
    # Version: @(#)rc 2.78 07-Nov-1999 miquels@cistron.nl
    #

    sudo smbmount //192.168.0.1/htdocs /mnt/windows -o username=sanchez,password=4651,uid=sanchez,codepage=cp850,iocharset=iso8859-1,fmask=777



    Teste ai



  3. #8
    chikosanchez
    Bragadaummmmmm MAJOR, rolou certinho!!!!
    aquelas informações que estavam originalmente no arquivo não servem pra muita coisa né? hehee

    1 Braço!
    Chiko

  4. #9
    Super_Diaulas
    vc tem q adicionar a sua linha no final do arquivo e não apagar o q tava antes






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