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Old 12-06-2007

In 'rc.local' file, just give executable file_name.

For eg., if you store '' script in /opt directory and you

want it to execute at boot time, then just write 'rc.local' file as:

sh /opt/

Note: this is extra part, you can write only '', but your executable

script must be in '/usr/bin' or '/usr/sbin/' can read more

on this from the website ''

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SCRIPTREPLAY(1) 						   User Commands						   SCRIPTREPLAY(1)

scriptreplay - play back typescripts, using timing information SYNOPSIS
scriptreplay [options] [-t] timingfile [typescript [divisor]] DESCRIPTION
This program replays a typescript, using timing information to ensure that output happens at the same speed as it originally appeared when the script was recorded. The replay simply displays the information again; the programs that were run when the typescript was being recorded are not run again. Since the same information is simply being displayed, scriptreplay is only guaranteed to work properly if run on the same type of terminal the typescript was recorded on. Otherwise, any escape characters in the typescript may be interpreted differently by the terminal to which scriptreplay is sending its output. The timing information is what script(1) outputs to standard error if it is run with the -t parameter. By default, the typescript to display is assumed to be named typescript, but other filenames may be specified, as the second parameter or with option -s. If the third parameter is specified, it is used as a speed-up multiplier. For example, a speed-up of 2 makes scriptreplay go twice as fast, and a speed-up of 0.1 makes it go ten times slower than the original session. OPTIONS
The first three options will overide old-style arguments. -t, --timing file File containing script timing output. -s, --typescript file File containing the script terminal output. -d, --divisor number Speed up the replay displaying this number of times. The argument is a floating point number. It's called divisor because it divides the timings by this factor. -V, --version Display version information and exit. -h, --help Display a help message and exit. EXAMPLE
% script script.out Script started, file is script.out % ls <etc, etc> % exit Script done, file is script.out % scriptreplay --timing --typescript script.out SEE ALSO
script(1) COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2008 James Youngman Copyright (C) 2008 Karel Zak This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICU- LAR PURPOSE. Released under the GNU General Public License version 2 or later. AUTHOR
The original scriptreplay program was written by Joey Hess <>. The program was re-written in C by James Youngman <jay@> and Karel Zak <>. AVAILABILITY
The scriptreplay command is part of the util-linux package and is available from Linux Kernel Archive < /util-linux/>. util-linux September 2011 SCRIPTREPLAY(1)

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