I’ll show you the error I got <---- Starting /etc/rc.local Compatibility ^[[1;31mfailed^[[0m –--->. I put the arrows there, but its from /var/log/boot.log saying that it tried to start up rc.local but failed.
This was after I followed these directions.
It specifically says on the Release Notes that you just have to create the file, so why am I following a tutorial? *sighs* Well, maybe it works, I don’t know.
Anyway, following those directions got me to that point, so I decided to try the command “systemctl status rc.local.service” to see what I would get. Good enough for me, I got the same error, so I could make changes to the rc.local file and test it immediately. It appears that the command used here, doesn’t work so well for Fedora, but I was lead there from the Fedora tutorials on their site, so my implication is valid, but it appears I was being lead on…. “Douchebags!” I yelled. The correct way to do it is here.
Essentially, here's what you want to do (all as root user or sudo command):
1. You want to create an rc.local file in let’s say /etc/init.d. Put the commands you want.
2. Use chmod a+x to give it execute permissions
3. Create a symbolic link to it inside of /etc
4. Run systemctl start rc-local.service. To see if it works.
5. Once it works, restart your computer and check if it works.
Have a nice day!
P.S. You could always do the fstab part instead.