how to get started no-ip tool at reboot ?

fabianus

Joined
Nov 8, 2007
Messages
106
Likes
0
Points
0
#1
Hello all !

I just installed the tool of no-ip (http://www.no-ip.com/downloads.php?page=linux) in order to keep track of my ip-adresse. Now I would like to start their tool ("/usr/local/bin/noip2") at each reboot, but I am so bad in Linux ...

Is there anybody among you who could give me a hint on how to get this done ?

Thanks a lot for any help !


Regards,
Fabianus
 

jjidea

Joined
Jan 7, 2008
Messages
15
Likes
0
Points
0
#2
in the package you downloaded, there is a script named redhat.noip.sh.
rename it to noip and move it in the init scripts.

Launch all followings commands under the root account from the directory where you decompressed the package.
Code:
mv noip-2.1.7/redhat.noip.sh /etc/rc.d/init.d/noip         
chmod 0700 /etc/rc.d/init.d/noip
chkconfig --add noip
service noip start
<br><br>Post edited by: jjidea, at: 2008/07/24 19:41
 

fabianus

Joined
Nov 8, 2007
Messages
106
Likes
0
Points
0
#3
Dear jjidea,

thank you very much for the detailed help. This solved my problem !


Thanks !

Fabianus
 

Members online

No members online now.

Latest posts

Forum statistics

Threads
30,902
Messages
130,887
Members
17,566
Latest member
Fpino
Top