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Starting ESET anti-virus after boot



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Sounds like a question for ESET support.  There should be some sort of init script for eset.  Don't know if it has an openrc compatible init script.  If it doesn't then you could probably use the /etc/local.d directory to store custom eset.start and eset.stop files.


See the readme in /etc/local.d/README 

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Local is the last service started - after all other services.  If you don't want to start it manually, that's the way to start it.


I guess one could use a cron job, but I think it would have to have logic to check it's status and ignore or start based on the status.


Why don't you want to use the init script?

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