I have a conflict with two programs in Ubuntu 10.04.
I have configured an
init.d file that boots up a program. However, this program requires MySQL to be running before it starts. When I boot the machine, it's obvious that this script is being executed before MySQL has booted successfully.
I'm pretty inexperienced with Ubuntu's booting sequences and run levels. How can I make sure that MySQL is running before my
init.d script is executed? I have heard that MySQL uses an alternative method of booting to
init.d so I'm not sure how to go about this.