My understanding of
rc.local, based on a quick Google search, is that I can put some bash in it which will be run at the beginning of [something] (what, user login, system start up?).
rc.local in my Ubuntu 12.04.2 server is owned by my user,
orokusaki, vs being owned by
root. Because it's in
/etc, I'm guessing it's more of a global thing vs a user-specific thing. Is this true? If so, why did Ubuntu create it with my
orokusaki user, but then put it in
etc? Should I
chown root:root /etc/rc.local to fix it, or should I move it into my home directory?