I am writing a script to do some tasks at boot up time in my Debian Wheezy AWS EC2 AMI. Sources on the internet say that usual way to do this is to use
update-rc.d to install the symlinks needed to set it up to run at boot time.
However, when I try this, I get the error
$ update-rc.d -bash: update-rc.d: command not found
This method has been working for me till Debian Squeeze. Has the standard way to do this changed in Debian 7.0? I am not able to find any documentation that explains how to do it in the official way.