linux startup


In dos you have autoexec.bat.
what is it called under linux (RH5.2) ?

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You don't have such a file in linux

For general settings use

/etc/rc#.d/ where # stands for the runlevel.
For settings for one user use

..bashrc (For bash)
..cshrc (For csh)

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superabbeAuthor Commented:

What i intended to do was a smbmount so everytime i start the linux it mount a directory.
Any ideas ?
use /etc/rc#.d/S99local
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