After installing a Canon printer in Quantal, in order to print I have to start ccpd at each restart with the command
sudo /etc/init.d/ccpd start
This should be automated, says the driver manual. But before doing that, I believe that a script for that command must be created. Or is there a way to make the command run at startup without creating a script first?
Serial entrepreneur Michael Breidenbrücker — founder of Last.fm and RjDj – is joining the team behind Zurich-based app discover startup, 42matters, maker of the Playboard Best App Guide for Google’s Play Store, along with other apps such as AppAware.
I am new to Linux commands. I have a requirement where I want to start Tomcat using a shell script. The location of startup.sh file is in /usr/lib/apache-tomcat-7.0.14/bin/. Tomcat is starting using command sh startup.sh. I want to create a shell script so that it will go to that folder and will execute sh startup.sh command. How can I do this using a shell script?