Since I need a very small terminal based distro, I am running the base flavor of the latest Slitaz cooking. However, I am running into two problems:
1) autologin in kernel boot options does not auto login in the terminal. I still need to specify tux or root/root when terminal comes up.
2) I need to autostart a script AFTER the system is booted to the terminal so that the user can see what is going on. If I stick in the commands in /etc/init.d/local.sh, that is executed at boot time and the user won't be able to see anything. To make matters worse, the only way to see if commands are properly being executed by local.sh is looking in /var/boot/boot.log, which I don't want to do. So how do I auto exec a script after terminal is booted up (or in general as I may want to do the same for a full fledged cooking version in the future)?