the startup sequence, from the time the kernel goes live to when all services are up and running

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Scheduling a task whenever the system starts

I've installed Ubuntu alongside Windows 8.1. I want to create a task that mounts some of my Hard disk drives whenever the system starts. What Linux command can I use? Thanks in advance.
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How to clone display to external monitor with custom resolution during boot?

NOTE: this question is not about configuring desktop manager (like KDE3), it is about booting up the system. The hardware configuration is this -- laptop with high resolution display, and external ...
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Running an infinite loop on startup

I'd like to run a command at startup which pings a certain address every 10 minutes and writes the result to a file. I've figured out now how to do the pinging and file writing and the 10 min ...
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Kali Linux : Access on screen keyboard while on log in screen

My keyboard is not working.I have Kali Linux installed on my system.My mouse is working properly and question is there any way to access the on-screen keyboard so that i can log in to my system from ...
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CKB Arch - Daemon run on startup

I have a Corsair K65 RGB Keyboard. To start it working, I had to clone https://github.com/ccMSC/ckb , compile and run the [clonedir]/ckb/bin/ckb-daemon . Every time I boot, I have to pull out my old ...
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What's the difference of `/etc/modules-load.d` and `/etc/modules`?

I red the introduction of them and found that, they both deal with module loading during boot time. So, what's the difference of these two different configuation ways?
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Linux Networking Bootup script takes too long

I am working with a fork of a raspberry pi SoC. One of the modification is the use of AP6210 WiFi/Bluetooth chip. I am running Debian. During boot up, the following 3 startup scripts need to run in ...
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Setting initial configurations of user session for Arch Linux

I have to configure the keyboard every session with the command: setxkbmap -layout br And to connect: systemctl start dhcpcd I want the system do this automatic, I've tryed change the ...
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How to change timeout in systemctl

When I boot on my debian, startup hangs for approx 2 minutes on the line: Loading, please wait... [ 5.191043] systemd-fsck[129]: /dev/mmcblk0p2: clean, 234192/873120 files, 2335263/3491328 blocks ...
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How to execute a command only the first time a user logs in? [duplicate]

I have a daemon ( Dropbox ) that needs to be started as the user X, and only the user X, logs in. In addition, I would like this daemon to be started only the first time the user X logs in. If I add ...
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Script not running correctly on startup

I have a very simple script that echoes some stuff then starts a VNC Server. It works fine when I run it on the command line but when it runs on startup it gives some strange results. Here is my ...
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How to access and edit Startup applications in Elementary OS Freya beta 2?

The list accessible in Settings>Applications>Startup is empty by default: Here and in other places I found the idea that running this command should solve it: sudo sed -i ...
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Linux Mint 17.1(64-bit) freezing on start-up

I am using Linux Mint 17.1(64-bit) dual booted with windows 7. I am a newbie to the Linux community and have been using Mint 17.1 for the last 2 months without any problem. Windows 7 is working fine. ...
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What is the purpose of a start up script? [closed]

So far I know the basic meaning of a script, it is a file containing shell-commands made executable by chmod +x file and able to be run by ./ file. My friend told me, he had to copy so called start ...
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Kernel panic if LUKS password is bad x times

Q: Is it normal if a RHEL 6.5 machine kernel panics if I type the LUKS password a few times wrong?
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Have a single program run in Debian

I am a chiptune musician and I've been fascinated with different trackers and ways to make music. Currently I have been interested in starting to use a tracker called LittleGPTracker, which can run on ...
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execute chmod on boot time on headless debian

I am programming a (web based) POS system, dedicated to be running on a debian based ITX-server with apache2 etc. Currently I am using Lubuntu 14.04 LTS for development (and for the 1st customer) with ...
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Manually edit startup application for session?

I'm running elementary OS Freya Beta (under the hood: Ubuntu 14.04) and I need to edit the startup of a certain application to prevent it from running. The startup applications GUI window is still ...
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Running a program (command) on terminal after login screen in Ubuntu 14.04

NOTE :- This is not a duplicate question. I have searched about 100 times on this site and several others including Ubuntuforums,askubuntu and stackoverflow. I couldn't get my work done. OBJECTIVE :- ...
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Run an application at each system boot in Arch Linux [duplicate]

I am using Arch Linux. I don't have any special permissions, I am just user without any special privileges. I want to start an application after each boot. I have already tried using crontab jobs, ...
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bootup hangs on “started monitoring of lvm2 mirrors”

Recently I had some problems with hard disk. I think I solved that problems, but now my computer (with Debian) doesn't boot up. It hangs for several minutes on "started monitoring of lvm2 mirrors" ...
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Run only the Linux kernel and user programs

is it possible to run only a Linux kernel on a system which will load my programs instead of an operating system? I want to work with a Raspberry Pi with a Linux kernel. I am trying to create a ...
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Start script on boot up?

I want to run a script when the system starts. The script is: #!/bin/bash gnome-terminal --tab -t "MyPC" -e "sh -c 'nohup firefox & nohup gedit & bash'" --tab -t "MYPC2" -e "sh -c 'ls -al;ls; ...
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AutoStarting beaglebone black

I am on the horns of dilemma with a project to submit with a beaglebone. I have made a c program for my application which I want to get started automatically after login. Plus I need to get auto login ...
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How to add StartUp application in Arch Linux [closed]

I am using Arch Linux, I want to add a start-up program in Arch Linux. How to add start-up program which will execute after login after every boot ? Note: I am not system administrator, I am just a ...
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Run bash script on startup in Linux Mint and open mate-terminal automatically

I'm new to Linux, so not sure how to do what I want. I have my_script.sh (executable, of course) like this: #!/usr/bin/env bash mate-terminal -e "bash -c 'cd ...
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Applying mouse settings on startup

linux learner here. (Running on a Debian-derived distro) My mouse sensitivity was too high so I was able to change it, but can't seem to get it to apply on startup. I made /etc/init.d/mouse When I ...
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What could be done to make Embedded Linux boot faster?

My team is developing a software for a Embedded Linux solution. The problem we are facing is that it takes too much time for the system to be ready to start running our desired apps (that is, too much ...
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Autostarting Conky Weird Behaviour

I've set conky to be started after logging in by creating the file conky.sh in /usr/local/bin, and adding the entry conky.sh to the Xfce startup applications list. conky.sh contains the following ...
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vPrevent Debian from auto-assembling raid at boot

I set up a Debian wheezy (7.6), installed openmediavault, and created a software raid 5 with that. It is listed at /dev/md127. Now I want to move that to a virtual XEN VM. To do so, I have to stop ...
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Curl fails to download a file during start up

I am adding startup script in Ubuntu with update-rc.d. My script says : #!/bin/bash nohup curl -C - -o ~/Downloads/linuxmint-17-xfce-dvd-64bit.iso.part ...
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Debian - how to run a script on startup as soon as there is an internet connection ready for use?

I am running Debian 7 Wheezy and I need to start some screens on startup as soon as there is a fully functional internet connection. However, not, if the internet connection broke and was connected ...
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System freezes on startup

Lately my Arch Linux desktop freezes more frequently after I boot it up. Now it happens about 4-6 times before I finally get a complete startup. It freezes as different points, sometimes at a message ...
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Cannot add startup service to openWRT from init.d

I have openWrt installed on a TP-Link TL-WA901N/ND v3. I don't have luci package installed because I don't have enough space, so I can only do thing via cli. What I'm trying to achieve is to create a ...
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Start application as root at boot time on Ubuntu 14.04

I'm working in Ubuntu 14.04 I have an C++ application which I have compiled. I get the executable which name is "program". Well the thing is that this program use opencv and sockets then if I try to ...
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elementary os will not start after installing GPU drivers

I was having some problems with my laptop (asked a related question yesterday: http://elementaryos.org/answers/after-locking-the-computer-screens-look-all-messed-up) regarding some dual-screen issues. ...
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Where can I put settings that are run with root and last from start of OS till it shuts down?

Where can I put settings that are run with root and last from start of OS till it shuts down? One requirement is that when I suspend/hibernate my Ubuntu 12.04 and wake it up, the settings should not ...
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Indicatior-cpufreq doesn't start on login

If I run indicator-cpufreq in the console it will start up just like it is supposed to and appear in the panel. However, if I place the same command in the startup programs it doesn't appear on ...
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don't start xorg on boot [duplicate]

I have found a lot of question about Xorg not starting by default, but this is actually what I want. How can I have Linux Mint (17 Quiana) not start GUI, just the shell (I believe that is supposed to ...
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How to start teamspeak server on reboot as specific user

Linux version on the server is Centos 7.0. Teamspeak server runs with this command: ./opt/teamspeak3-server_linux-x86/ts3server_startscript.sh start My server doesn't have 100% uptime. Therefore, ...
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How to run a script as if it's running at boot?

I have a script running at boot time, however it's giving me errors I see in the log file. When I run it manually, it runs fine - probably the environment is changed. Is there a way to run such a ...
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running graphics based script with disabled desktop environments on system startup

I'd like to introduce first what I am trying to achieve. I am having a Linux script which requires graphical environment OR which is graphical(I am myself not sure what I am trying to make others ...
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Why adding swap space is the slowest part of the booting process? [closed]

I can see that adding Swap space is the slowest part of the booting process. Why? I actually have ~4GB for swap and 2GB RAM memory. dione@saturno:~$ dmesg | grep -C 4 swap [ 2.179979] input: ...
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System freeze on “setting up alsa”

I use Debian wheezy and I boot the computer and get stuck in the line: [....] setting up alsa .... It freezes, it only responds to "REUSIB" (Emergency Reboot With Magic SysRq), but it is unusable as ...
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Startup Applications config path

I want to edit the startup list of Linux Mint 17 without logging in. Where does the Startup Applications program keep its list of applications?
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Difficulty running a command at startup

I'm using Xfce in Linux, and I need to run the following command at every startup, otherwise my touchpad is impossible to use: xinput --set-prop 13 'Synaptics Finger' 12, 12, 0 I've put the command ...
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fails to boot after reboot (update required), mouting failed and no init found

After updating my ubuntu system, it requires me to reboot the pc. So I did it and then the following message shows on the screen: mount: mouting /dev/loop0 on /root failed: Invalid argument mount: ...
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Start a software on a specific workspace at startup [duplicate]

Is there a way to automatically launch a specific software on a specific workspace (i.e. 1, 2, ...)? I'm using Debian sid with Xfce 3.14.
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How to run cgminer on boot?

I have the following commands I want to run when the raspberry pi boots up, it is for my bitcoin minner to start: cd /home/pi/cgminer-4.5.0 sudo ./cgminer -o http://xxxxxxxxxxx -u xxxxxxxx -p ...
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Runtime parameters for a systemd service

I am a little confused about how runtime parameters are normally supplied to a systemd service. The general idea I have is that the following happens: There is a file that contains the environment ...