So i have unison running thru a config file by default. In here it applies the wait=watch function so it syncs automatically. but i wanted to run unison on boot, but i haven't been able to this this.
there were some other links, but they didn't gave me an answer.
things i tried:
applying (with proper rights) unison to /etc/rc.d/rc.local and specifying the absolute path. basicly: /usr/local/bin/unison & when i execute /etc/rc.d/rc.local or /etc/rc.local manually, everything works like a charm.
applying to cron by doing: crontab -e, and than @restart /usr/local/bin/unison &
writing a (working) .sh script that executes unison and putting this in rc.local or cron.
I also applied it to chkconfig with rights 2345 (yes it's listed when running chkconfig --list-all)
i'm running out of ideas, could anyone help me?
thanks for you time and effort