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howtos:misc:script_autostart_output_to_console_x [2013/10/02 05:39 (UTC)]
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howtos:misc:script_autostart_output_to_console_x [2013/10/02 05:44 (UTC)]
wisedraco [Script with autostart function and output to defined console.]
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-====== Your Headline Here ====== +====== Script with autostart function and output to defined console.======
-Script with autostart function and output to defined console.+
  
 There is instruction, how to do script output to console 2,3, or another, and autostart them on computer switch on. There is instruction, how to do script output to console 2,3, or another, and autostart them on computer switch on.
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 In that case we cannot put script start in /etc/rc.d/rc.local file, as always, because in that stage agetty, and consoles not activated, and therefore, script at that stage cannot do output to non-existing at that time, console, therefore, we put it in crontab with special preffix: In that case we cannot put script start in /etc/rc.d/rc.local file, as always, because in that stage agetty, and consoles not activated, and therefore, script at that stage cannot do output to non-existing at that time, console, therefore, we put it in crontab with special preffix:
  
-<key>crontab -e</key>+'' **crontab -e** ''
  
 and in crontab, we write:  and in crontab, we write: 
-''@reboot /path/to/yourscript.scr  ''+ 
 +''**@reboot /path/to/yourscript.scr**  ''
  
 script itself have construction like that: script itself have construction like that:
  
 '' ''
-#!/bin/sh +**#!/bin/sh 
-tail -f /data/recv.log > /dev/tty2 ''+tail -f /data/recv.log > /dev/tty2** ''
  
-where /dev/tty2 is console 2, /dev/tty3 is console 3, and so on.+where __/dev/tty2__ is __console 2__, /dev/tty3 is console 3, and so on.
  
  

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