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I have a problem. I have installed subversion and a small server called svnserve. Every time I restart the server I must manually execute "svnserve -d". Is it possible to ...
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    How to create script which executes at boot time


    I have a problem. I have installed subversion and a small server called svnserve. Every time I restart the server I must manually execute "svnserve -d". Is it possible to create a script which invokes the command at boot time, lets say on level 3? Unfortunately I have not the slightest idea how to set it up. The script would include the command svnserve -d. But I have no idea how to set it up to be executed at level 3. Every kind of help is highly appreciated!

    By the way: The system is openSUSE 10.2

    Kind regards

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    I've been using Webmin for so long to create cron jobs I don't remember what to do. I think by typing 'man crontab' it should help you out.
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    Ok I solved it. I installed subversion from the repository package and then I could automatically or manually starting the svnserve by rcsvnserve...

    Regards

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