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Where are the start, kill scripts in linux(Zenwalk)?

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Hi, I'm using zenwalk and I can't find where the start and kill scripts are stored. So far ive got a /etc/rc.d/ folder, which has scripts like: rc.cups rc.sshd ...which have the usual start, stop, restart, * parts. But I don't know where these are being called from. eg on my Solaris computer theres folders like: /etc/rc.d/rc1/S20SomeProg which is a link to /etc/init.d/SomeProg (that contains the start,stop,etc). I'm not sure if Zenwalk is the same as all linuxes, but how do I make my scripts in /etc/rc.d/ folder get called at different levels(eg rc1, rc3 etc). Do I make links somewhere like in Solaris? btw I know you can put start scripts inside the script /etc/rc.d/rc.local, but where can I put the kill script, and the level it is to be run at? Thanks

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I don't know anything about Zenwalk but if it happens to be like Slackware then there should be files like rc.S rc.M and rc.K that call other rc.* scripts. Doesn't the distro have documentation on this?

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