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 The file rc.conf contains descriptive information about the local host name, configuration details for any potential network interfaces and which services should be started up at system initial boot time. The file rc.conf contains descriptive information about the local host name, configuration details for any potential network interfaces and which services should be started up at system initial boot time.
-On the most NAS4Free installation you don't need to edit this settings.+On most NAS4Free servers you don't need to edit this page settings at all.
  
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 +Click on the {{:documentation:webgui_interface_and_setup:basic.add.png|}} icon to create an entry. 
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 +Click on the {{:documentation:webgui_interface_and_setup:basic.edit.png|}} icon to manage an existing entry.
  
-To add an entry to to /etc/rc.conf select the settings you want and click "Add". 
  
 The following example add the entry "local_startup" which include alternate path to startup scripts. The following example add the entry "local_startup" which include alternate path to startup scripts.
  
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