init.d (usually /etc/init.d) is a directory holding configurations regarding programs to be started at boot time by the `init` process. For questions regarding the `init` process itself, use [init].

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Use start-stop-daemon for a PHP server

I'm working on a socket server written in PHP. This part of the work is done but now I need to run it as a daemon. For this I've tried to use start-stop-daemon but it doesn't work. My server is ...
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Running SQL call as root user in init.d script?

I have a SQL query that must be run on every startup after a software update (updates come with new installations of mysql and thus change the debian-sys-maint user's password, which my script updates ...
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Service start fails after Capistrano2 deploy task

Below is a part of the /etc/init.d script that controls a daemon. The full init.script is available at http://pastebin.com/02G5tpgH case "$1" in start) printf "%-50s" "Starting ...
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how to specify daemon dependency upon another daemon

in /etc/init.d/ first daemon # Provides: first # Required-Start: $remote_fs $syslog second daemon # Provides: second # Required-Start: $remote_fs $syslog first Is this ...
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Booting into VNCViewer on a Raspberry Pi.

Here's my problem. I'm new to Linux scripting and RasPi and I am beating my head against the wall on an issue. I want to use this raspi for displaying a vm using VNC. I got VNC installed. Created a ...
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what starts runsv on a Debian system using init and how?

A bit of background: I installed git-daemon-run on a Debian system, and now git-daemon starts at boot automatically, even though there is no init script for it in /etc/init.d. I did some digging and ...
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Ubuntu 14.10 init scripts: where to find shell function “clean_all”?

I just installed Ubuntu 14.10 . One of the things that I prefer in my desktop is to not clear out /tmp . I'm trying to do the same in 14.10: to prevent the /tmp from being cleared at boot. In one of ...
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RedHat init.d script will not start with service after stop

I have the service script below, which calls a shell script. We changed something in the script When I run the shell script directly, everything works fine. When I restart the servER, everything works ...
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Process starts from inittab but stops by itself at the same time

I have installed pyload in my My Book World Edition and I would like to make it boot everytime I boot up the drive. I wrote the line below in "inittab" ::respawn:/opt/share/pyload/pyLoadCore.py My ...
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net scripts try to up old physical removed network interface

Situation: Gentoo with kernel 3.8.4 amd64 udev 218 no systemd, no initram, no old network udev rules Previously 3 network interfaces (2 x onboard, 1 pci , all r8189 module ones) After an short ...
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init.d script ignored in yocto based distro

I'm modifying an embedded distro that is built using the yocto project. I need to add cron to it and have the cron daemon start on startup. I have created the symlink /etc/rc5.d/S98cronstart that ...
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Multiple daemons init script

I have two daemons currently running on my development server (OpenSUSE 12). There are two daemon that work together as a whole and must start together and die together. Is there a standard way to ...
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checking sendmail status as NON root user

I am in the process of converting to CentOS 6.5 from 5.5 and need a way to check if sendmail is on or not. For reasons I don't want to go through, I need to be able to check if sendmail is ON as a ...
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openfire chat server Deamon not getting start while server up every time

we using a Chat server, its installed with openfire, for local office use we installed it, every day morning while server getting ON openfire service is not getting started, I have added it in run ...
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Debian init.d with a working C++ daemon, unexpected results

I am fairly new to programming for Linux, and init.d scripts, and I have a problem with my init.d script adapted from an example I found via a lot of google searching. Instead of getting a status, ...
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Bittorrent Sync Autostart as a Service

I'm running a raspberry pi with the latest raspbian (debian) on it. I've installed btsync. Now I want to run Bittorrent Sync, when the system boots, not only when somebody logs in. Do I have to run ...
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The program called by the init.d works by itself, but not when the init.d itself runs

I currently have two programs, my_sql_auto_update.sh and my_sql_auto_update_initd.sh, the latter is the init.d script located at ~/etc/init.d/ which [should] run the my_sql_auto_update.sh. The ...
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Comparing and updating Python scripts on local machine with latest version on server using shell scripts

I'm got a cubieboard machine running cubian.There's a Python service that runs on start-up that interfaces between the various devices connected to the machine (UART, USB etc) and the web browser. ...
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Running init.d script produces “start-stop-daemon: not found”

I try to start monit using: /etc/init.d/monit start I then get the error: [....] Starting daemon monitor: monit/etc/init.d/monit: 124: /etc/init.d/monit: start-stop-daemon: not found failed! ...
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Can you have two paths listed in init.d file?

In /etc/init.d/red5 can I list two home paths for different programs using it that are in different locations? I have red5 set up in /var/www/html but I also have it set up in ...
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How does killproc knows what PID to kill?

When I look at my /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions, I see the following under my killproc() function. if [ -n "${LSB:-}" -a -n "$killlevel" ]; then RC=7 # Program is not running ...