an easy way to do this very quickly copy the /etc/rc2.d/S80lp script to
Strip out all the rubbish in the case statement.
In the start option of the case type in the command you
would normally use to start your webserver save the file
and try starting the webserver manually by typing something like
/bin/sh /etc/rc3.d/S99webstart start.
If you need me to go into more detail email me and I will give you
> I need a short refresher on how to add a script to the /etc/rc set of
> directories. I want to have our web server start up automatically after
> the system reboots. We are running Solaris 5.5.1 on a Spracstation 10.
> Any help, tips, and pointers would be greatly appreciated.
> Elton Hughes
> IT Specialist
> NOVA Private Industry Council