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update-rc.d doesn't accept the header of a script file

I have beagleBoard and I want to start my script at boot time ( boot/reboot). So, i ran command: update-rc.d GatewayStart.sh defaults Output which says: header is rejected ...
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_Robust_ bluetooth serial port console/tty

I've managed to create and connect to a console via bluetooth, as is described in many Q&A's FAQs Guides etc found via a google search. Briefly, in sudo mode, /usr/sbin/hciconfig hci0 piscan ...
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Why is freeBSD rebooting during installation ?

I have a samsung laptop which is around 1.5 years old. I am currently running arch linux and have run various linux distributions succesfully in the past. T The hardware is not obsolete and the ...
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Unable to reboot or shutdown Linux Mint 17.1 on VMWare Player

I installed Linux Mint 17.1 on VMWare Player 7.1.0 but when I try to reboot the system, it says ModemManager is shut down and in the next line, it says nm-dispatcher.action: Could not get the ...
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What prevents a reboot?

On Linux, how can I track what prevents a reboot of the system after issuing it via sudo reboot? I always thought that this caused switching the runlevel and in the end the reboot, but now I was ...
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reboot command doesn't reboot on puppy linux

When I type the reboot command in a consol the screen goes dark but keeps being turned on indefinitely. How to fix that ?
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Is “shutdown -r now” safe? [duplicate]

Is it safe to reboot your VPS this way, or does it kill all processes directly? And if not, what is the right way?
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grub partition error

This is the first time this has happened to me.I don't use linux on a regular basis, except for some project work. I had logged in today , finished my work and restarted it so I could go into windows ...
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rebooting in an init script

Is it doable to get a clean reboot from in an init script? My init script may change other init scripts, including the numbered S/K script symlinks typically found in /etc/rcN.d in many Linux ...
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“Last resort” Linux terminal command to reboot (over ssh) in case of a kernel bug?

I have a small server with Ubuntu 10.04 on it; I am manipulating this server from another computer via ssh, and I tried to use nfs on it to share files. That mostly works, until one of the clients ...
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put second instance of mysql in autostart

System: Debian GNU/Linux 6.0.10 I have two instances of MySQL running on my Server. The default one is (probably) already set in autostart, since there are some files in the /etc/rc.X named S03mysql ...
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Acer Aspire v5 571 Power off reboots Arch linux

Everytime I try to power off my arch linux it will turn off and reboot. I assume the reasoning why it does this is because the usb ports don't turn off and it somehow turns it back on. I was trying ...
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GNOME license not accepted issue when system has been rebooted

GNOME Desktop has been installed on CentOS7 using sudo yum -y groups install "GNOME Desktop" and when startx is executed the desktop starts. However, when the system reboots the following issue ...
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OVH with cPanel - Server boot failure - plymouth not found, no loopback

I have a problem with a server of mine. After initializing a reboot through OVH Manager, the server won't reboot. Only rescue-pro mode is working. Server admins on their side told me "the server gets ...
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Sudoers - group managing and reboot/shutdown

I've got a group (let's say name "group1", ID = 1234) and a user (let's say name "user1", ID="4321"). I want to do two things: I want that user to change passwords from other members of that group, ...
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how does auto reboot happens?

For "no reason?" my machine is rebooting. last reboot brings lines like this: reboot system boot 3.13.0-24-generi Tue Dec 9 18:57 - 19:09 (00:11) reboot system boot 3.13.0-24-generi ...
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Analyze backtrace of kernel panic on Android

I have this problem on my Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE with random reboots and kind of clean restarts in the kernel logs (no oops / panic, even though some usb errors) and now I got a kernel panic in the ...
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I want to reboot the system once a search had been done to see that no-one is logged in

I'm working on a user menu so that when a user logs in all they get is this menu; on this menu is a selection of reboot option. I want one of the options to be reboot the system if no one is logged ...
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Cannot load grub4dos through kexec

I execute in Ubuntu 14.04 sudo kexec -l /sbin/grub.exe sudo kexec -e and get black screen with some phrases. The font is squeezed vertically and I see also one copy of the same phrases on the ...
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Limit system reboot burst

Systemd allows to automatically restart services if they have crashed. To prevent indefinite services restart it uses @StartLimitInterval@ and @StartLimitBurst@ variables. Moreover, I can reboot ...
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why does “last” command show reboots

According its own man page, the last command: shows listing of last logged in users This is exactly what I need. But why does it spam the output and list the reboots as well? I want to see who ...
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Fedora 20 freezes on reboot and poweroff

This freeze happens when I try to reboot, shutdown -r now, poweroff, shutdown -h now etc. One time it freezes on my desktop image, and the other time it freezes on the fedora logo. I am dual booting ...
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reboot in the middle of the script [closed]

I see sudo reboot in the middle of a script - meaning there are more commands after it. Is there any situation when the commands after reboot can be executed, assuming that reboot is not within an if ...
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Why doesn't this sequence of keys, using SyRq, work

I have Fedora 20, with zshell and Mate desktop. I have just come across this article about using SysRq keys, but they don't give the results shown there. I am using Alt with the key marked "Home" ...
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Why does my systemd unit fail to run on server reboot?

I'm having troubles getting a systemd service unit file to run correctly when the server reboots. This server is a fresh CentOS 7.0.1406 install. I'm trying to set it up with multiple Apache httpd ...
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Reboot Redhat Enterprise Linux

How can I reboot the RHEL from CLI using the systemctl method?
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character device file (rtai_shm) disappears under runlevel=5 in fedora9 (exists when runlevel=3)

I am trying to run Realtime (RTAI) on my Linux Fedora 9 machine. For that, it is needed to have a character device file, named rtai_shm, in /dev, that takes care of shared memory. I have made this ...
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Reboot shortcut

I need to haved a shortcut on my desktop to a URL which reboots my debian server and then says "reboot successfull" in the browser, if that was the case. I do not want a putty reboot shortcut or ...
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Mysterious Reboot Preventing Debian from Loading

I recently picked up a cheap, oldish computer at a yard sale. It contained a 80GB SATA hard drive with Windows XP, but I want to turn it into a LAN FTP server, so I tried to set up dual-booting Debian ...
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Why does Fedora 20 request a restart after software updates?

I have a Fedora 20 installation in a VirtualBox virtual machine. Now it notifies me of "OS Updates", that "Includes performance, stability and security improvements for all users", and I have the ...
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Reboot when no network connection does not work!

I have a Raspberry Pi that I use as a NAS for my local network. It works fine, but when I turn off the router to which the pi is connected, it permanently loses the connection. To be able to connect ...
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How to prevent from automatic reboot after shutdown?

I have a problem with shutting down my systems. When I shutdown my laptop everything looks normal but after few seconds it powers on by itself. I tried to shut it down through terminal with "shutdown ...
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Two HDD partitions with the same name result in uncertain directories

I'm running Ubuntu 14.04 on a machine that has a lot of hard drives plugged into it. These hard drives have partitions with old OS's which have a lot of key data that I use often. The problem is, I ...
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How to debug random reboots, with no kernel panic, of an embedded system?

I have two aValue RPC-10W1 embedded systems that reboots by themselves after 1-2 hours. Facts: The board will reboot within a time span of 1 to 2½ hours. The issue is present on two identical ...
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Solved - Solaris 10 - Is it possible to reboot a system from a startup script?

I have a Solaris 10 test guest logical domain (LDom). I plan to have the network on this be reconfigured before rebooting using a startup script in /etc/rc0.d. At the moment, when the system boots, ...
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What is the use of “magic arguments” in Linux reboot system call?

As I was reading Linux source code, and more specifically the system calls code, I came across sys_reboot implementation: http://lxr.free-electrons.com/source/kernel/reboot.c#L199. 199 ...
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How to continue a script after it reboots the machine?

I'm writing a shell script in bash. At some point in the script, it detects that the machine needs to be rebooted before continuing. It issues: sudo reboot When the machine comes back up, there ...
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Why does Alt+SysRq+B not always trigger while REISU do?

On many different machines, when I come across a lockup, I often use Alt+SysRq+REISUB to reboot without too much losses. But I often noticed that although REISU commands work even when I just hold ...
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Automatically reboot, if no wifi connection for a certain time

It seems that my Raspberry Pi server loses wifi connection after a random time and is somehow not able to recover automatically. Usually a reboot done by hand resolves the problem. I would like to ...
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Is there a way to tell how many times my computer has rebooted in a 24 hour period?

I was doing a 24 hour code-a-thon and had to reboot numerous times and was wondering if there was a way to tell exactly how many the computer was rebooted or crashed.
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How long has my Linux system been running?

Is there a command I can type in a terminal that will tell me the last time a machine was rebooted?
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Unable to SSH into Google Cloud Server after Reboot

I was learning to configure a Debian server and familiarising myself with the common command lines. However, after executing the reboot command in SSH, my subsequent SSH connections were refused and ...
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Reboot when there is a hardware failure without physical access to machine?

I'm getting this error message whathever I do: $ sudo reboot bash: /usr/bin/sudo: Input/output error $ reboot bash: /sbin/reboot: Input/output error It's a hardware failure according to this ...
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Why isn't “REISUB” working on Debian?

I'm using Debian 'Jessie'. Sometimes my computer freezes, and then I can't use Ctrl+Alt+Supr to reboot, Ctrl+Alt+Backspace to kill the X Window System nor Ctrl+Alt+F1 to open a new shell. I've read ...
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Restart all services without reboot

I do some group permission changes on the CentOS server, And then need restart all services. How can I restart all services safely without rebooting?
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When is a reboot required?

Apart from upgrading the kernel, are there any changes to a Linux system that require a reboot? I know there are situations where a reboot makes things easier, but are there any that cannot be ...
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How to have Linux wipe/randomize/sanitize RAM at shutdown?

For mysterious reasons I still double boot sometimes into Windows. My problem is that I fear that information may leak because the RAM memory is accessible to Windows. (the Linux partitions are ...
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Debian, nonroot, cron, bash script and rebooting at specific time

As nonroot user, how can I schedule a reboot every day at 4:30am? 30 04 * * * /home/user/scripts/reboot.sh As a nonroot normal user, I'm sure the system won't allow me to use the reboot command. ...
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Remote executing Magic Sys Rq

Is it possible to execute Magic SysRq keys on remote machine, using SSH? For example I'm trying to run like this: xdotool key Alt+Sys_Req+H But I do not see any help in console, also in ...
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Is there a way to check which process terminates first during reboot

Assuming I have 2 processes running. Is there any way for me to check which process terminates first during reboot/shutdown? From this link, it tells about appending boot to a file. Yet, I still don't ...