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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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Suppress console output when switching runlevels

Is there any way to silence the output that occurs on TTY1 when switching runlevels? I'm talking about the output like in the following image: I have a simple UI that may be running on TTY1 when ...
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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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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: ...
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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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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 ...
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upstart + telinit: is it really works?

I think about how to backup my ubuntu server, and I want try one possible solution using init levels. So I downloaded Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS, install it on VirtualBox, and try: telinit 1 It warn about ...
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Debian change runlevel during boot

I've read lots and understand changing runlevel defaults and during runtime, but how can I change runlevel during the boot up of a Debian server? Background: XenServer virtual machine Debian Server. ...