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Old 22nd June 2012, 12:18 AM
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How to: New MySQL and PostgreSQL replace SysV-style init scripts

Hello, I run Dell Inspiron F16 64b KDE

I have recently had an issue with my cdrom not having a link on startup and it has been solved but along the way I learned that the solution I have used may be being phased out and the following may replace it. Can you please show me how to solve my current cdrom issue with the new method.

My current solution
I have created the following rc.local with in /etc/rc.d/ and made it executable which creates the cdrom link within /dev upon reboot.
ln -s /dev/sr0 /dev/cdrom
exit 0

New hint of the same solution as shown
MySQL and PostgreSQL have been updated to use native systemd unit files for startup, in place of the SysV-style init scripts. Can anyone please show me how to implement my solution above with this new method.

Many thanks in advance for your help.
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