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GDM doesn't start - Kali Linux

I've been having this problem since I installed genuine Nvidia GeForce drivers for my graphics card. My system boots normally, but when the login screen should show only black screen shows. The only ...
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Run level script - Help

I want the following command to be ran, as soon as system boots. glances -s -P redhat & How to achieve that? I tried writing a run level script which didn't work as expected.
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Redhat & GUI/GNOME Struggle?

We have in our Company SysAdmin so damm stupied and lazy. Everytime I ask him for a Redhat Virtual Machine(VM),He just deploy a ready template with GUI and lot of package,a lot I think he just install ...
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Difference between telinit and running scripts manually under rc*.d

I was trying to debug my Linux boot process. If I set the default runlevel to 2 or 3, my system hangs without giving me a prompt. I was able to get to runlevel 1 via a kernel parameter, and ran all ...
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telinit 1 and run a command there

I need to do some maintenance on a bunch of Debian (Wheezy) systems, and it has to happen at run level 1. But not all machines have a keyboard and a screen; some are even located somewhere else. So I ...
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Run init.d script during boot

I need to do something apparently quite simple: run a script on a Debian 8.2 machine during boot (or during shutdown, both of them are fine). The script just moves and renames some files, so the ...
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Runlevels behaviour when kill script has failed

When I execute sudo init 3, the system executes the kill scripts in /etc/rc.3/ One of those scripts returns a failure (this is expected because the thing it's trying to do won't work). When I then do ...
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What's the difference between SysV and SysV-like systems when changing runlevels?

I am planning to take the LPI exam, and need to know how SysV works. As far as I can tell, a real SysV system is described here: http://www.softpanorama.org/Commercial_linuxes/Startup_and_shutdown/...
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how are runlevels from CentOS 6 chkconfig translated for CentOS 7 systemctl?

How would I translate the following command from CentOS 6 to run in CentOS 7? chkconfig --level 345 dovecot on My first guess is to type the following instead: systemctl enable dovecot But ...
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CentOS - upstart script is created, but its never running at all

I have this following setup but its not working in my CentOS 6x (3.10.23-xxxx-std-ipv6-64 #1 SMP Tue Mar 18 14:48:24 CET 2014 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux) Step 1: vi /etc/init/a.conf description "...
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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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Boot Kali Linux into forensic mode; hangs loading network interfaces

When I boot my Kali Live CD (2016.1) in forensic mode, it gets to the point of auto-log in for root, and then immediately tries to start loading the network interfaces eth0 and wlan0. When neither ...
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inittab entries without runlevels

Refering to here 1 ap::sysinit:/sbin/autopush -f /etc/iu.ap 2 ap::sysinit:/sbin/soconfig -f /etc/sock2path 3 fs::sysinit:/sbin/rcS sysinit >/dev/msglog 2<>/dev/msglog </dev/console 4 is:...