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

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Adding permanent routing

Each time when I start my computer I type in the console sudo route add -net xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx netmask 255.255.240.0 gw xxx.xxx.xx.xxx When computer is rebooted or switched Off/On I must re-enter ...
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Why can linux not see usb devices present on startup?

I am trying to run linux (tails, which is based on debian) on a laptop (Lenovo 11.6 Inch Ideapad 100s) from a live usb drive. However, once I get past the boot menu, the mouse and keyboard stop ...
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Mount root filesystem from initramfs

It's a common scenario. For whatever reason, the initramfs (OpenSUSE, in case it matters) has failed to find the root filesystem, so it drops you into a rescue shell. I know perfectly well what device ...
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/etc/network/interfaces automatically startup pppoe on wireless lan (wlan0) on boot and also make it persistent

I do have the following setting OK in /etc/network/interfaces: auto wlan0 auto dsl-provider iface wlan0 inet static address 192.168.XXX.XXX netmask 255.255.255.0 broadcast 192.168.XXX.255 wpa-ssid ...
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Run script simulatneously with loading desktop

I am running Kali 2, and have a script that I want to run on startup. Right now, I have the script in my profile.d directory, but it takes too long to execute. The effect is that after I login, the ...
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Why is my script not waiting for networking service to start before running?

I am using Debian 8 and have configured a script and put it under /etc/init.d directory as below. Basically, I want to open ssh tunnels on startup. #! /bin/sh # /etc/init.d/open_tunnels ### BEGIN ...
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unable to install anything using apt-get because of insserv

Whenever I try to install something using apt-get I get the error messages involving insserv. I have tried install many different packages but everything give same error. And apparently, CUPS package ...
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Run a script after login that prints to the terminal a welcome message?

I want a script that writes to the terminal a welcome message (something like echo "welcome, usr. Linux version..." etc). I have the script written, it works (i.e. it has execute privileges) so I know ...
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Run console printing command after tmux starts up

I'm starting tmux from zsh with the window split into two panels. The only issue I'm having is screenfetch starts up and prints to both windows. Ideally I only want it printing on the left window. I ...
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How to lump together Apache2 Server and xsp2 server in the configuration for auto start when the PC reboots?

We need to lump together Apache2 Server and xsp2 server(or mod-mono-server server) in the configuration for the auto start sample shown below when the PC reboots. Quoting from the article, http://...
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Ubuntu Gnome stuck in startup(gnome logo) sometimes

I pick a(successful startup) and b(fail to start) dmesg file, hope someone can help me differ the file and find out why sometimes my ubuntu system fail to start(it frozen before login interface ...
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Rotate Display at Startup

So I'm trying to rotate the screen upside down at startup because the screen I'm working must be upside down. I'm working with a game emulation OS called Lakka, so I can't use "xrandr" to flip it. So ...
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PC with short-lived RTC battery - how to immediately time-sync on boot and avoid time jumps

I've got a 64-bit Intel PC running Debian 8 with a capacitor-based clock, which means after 3 days without power the time is lost from the hardware clock. To help work-around this, I was thinking we ...
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Cannot write to /etc/fstab in maintenance mode

I am using Oracle Linux 6.5. Due to bad entries in /etc/fstab, fstab errors occurred on startup and I am unable to log in. It's asking me for the root password to enter maintenance mode. When I enter ...
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Systemd pause boot while script runs

I have a script that I want to run at boot, and whilst it runs I would like it to pause the boot process. I have tried the systemd service [Unit] Description=setup script Before=default.target [...
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systemctl .service file not working as expected

I am working with the service files in Centos 7 and am creating one for xymon. The issue I am running into is I am trying to configure start, stop, and restart. I went as far as using an existing ...
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El Capitan 10.11.15 can't set disk with OS as startup disk, only boots if I reset nvram

Mac Pro (Mid 210) Since installing El Capitan on new HGST 6T drive I can ONLY boot this system by resetting NVRAM. If I try to restart I get apple, progress meter, then circle with line through it ...
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XBMCBuntu is not starting up to desktop

I am running xbmcbuntu for a few years now and everyting worked fine so far. Recently, I've installed a new hard-disk and made a new partition (sdc1) on it. Now, unfortunately, XBMCBuntu is not ...
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Custom scripts under /etc/profile.d and /etc/init.d - rhel6 and rhel7

I need to start my script during boot time. I have read that the scripts under /etc/init.d & /etc/profile.d are sourced during system startup. How different are these directories? Other than the ...
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Debian (jessie) with XFCE, Sessions and Startup: Application Autostart

Long-time lurker, first time question-asker. I am running Debian jessie with XFCE, kernel 3.16.7. In the course of setting up Conky to run at startup, I wrote a bash script to... well.. run Conky. ...
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scp and rsync not working when executed within .sh files from “startup programs window”

With Ubuntu Mate 16.04, I have a file my_backup.sh like this: # Log just for trying echo $(date) >> /home/albert/dia_hora # BBDD NOW=$(date --date="yesterday" +"%d") FILE="...
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xkill Used On Desktop

Mouse accidentally clicked on Desktop while active with an xkill terminal command. Which makes it completely without use. Have used nemo command which resets everything as long as terminal remains ...
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Different mount output with and without initramfs

I need to create an initramfs to load a driver to access EMMC which contains the root filesystem. In my current kernel build, the EMMC driver is modular (sorry, can't change this). After the ...
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lubuntu reduce size of vmlinuz file for PXE boot

I have poor knowledge about Linux systems, but Windows XP support is over. I have two older computers. I want install Lubuntu from PXE on this computers, but the problem is that they says "NBP is too ...
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rc.local can't launch my program (raspbian linux)

I have a c++ program that is running perfectly fine if I run it by executing, sudo /Morreels/./launcher Sadly the same line (without sudo) won't work in the rc.local file on startup... When trying ...
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How to delay a program from starting on boot up - Xubuntu

I am running Xubuntu and have several programs automatically starting when the computer powers up. All the programs starting at once is causing me issues with having the programs talk to each other. ...
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I'm able Start Service With init.d script, however doing service <service name> start does not work

I'm able to start a service with an init.d script, however doing service <service name> start does not work. For e.g. /etc/init.d/haskal start, the service is starting fine and service haskal ...
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Arch bootup: network.target takes a long time to start [closed]

As it was discussed at another post here a process is blocking the boot sequence, so it takes really long to start up. Login via mosh (ssh replacement) is possible after 1:30 min. Here is my output ...
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How do I automatically execute `netctl start tq84-wifi` on bootup?

I have configured a wifi connection in /etc/netctl/tq84-wifi in a Arch Linux installation and am able to manually start it with sudo netctl start tq84-wifi. Now I'd like to have my installation start ...
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custom bootup/shutdown message

I am using Debian. I set my own image during boot (so no boot messages are visible). When I start PC my own image is shown, then approx 15 seconds black screen is visible and after that it shows my ...
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How to execute shell script on Kali Linux startup?

I need to execute a shell script on a Kali Linux startup. I am using 2016.1 version of Kali Linux. i tried many things like rc.local, init.d, X11 and GDM3 config etc. but I couldn't get it work. ...
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Running script at startup and exiting gracefully at shutdown

I am currently running a script at startup using /etc/rc.local. The problem is that during shutdown, it does not exit gracefully. This can cause (important) data loss. My script has a SIGINT handler ...
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Random applications starts after log in

Recently I've changed desktop environment from fluxbox to KDE. After that weird things starts to happen . Firstly I noticed that even if I'm logging into kde, my fluxbox startup applications are ...
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Auto mount hard disk

I got a dual-boot Windows and an Apricity OS (based on ArchLinux) machine. Windows is installed on /dev/sda4. Apricity OS is installed on /dev/sdb. What I want to achieve is not to have to type ...
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How to manually add startup applications on Mint 17.3

I have fully updated Linux Mint 17.3. I need to add a bunch of applications to startup. The problem is, the following dialog doesn't work - It won't add me an application from the list, nor it will ...
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When do cron tasks begin to execute?

Having read through the Wikipedia page on cron, it is unclear to me when cron begins to execute the tasks I have defined in the crontab file. Is it during the boot process - or even at the end of it - ...
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Which configuration files override /etc/default/locale?

For some strange reason, I find my I have several LC_ locale variables set to a value I don't recognize having chosen (en_ZA.UTF-8). So, I want to set it differently - permanently, from the command-...
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Systemd vs rc.local for a startup script post installation? (completely hands free)

I have a custom Ubuntu Server ISO that answers installation questions via preseed and kickstart files. It also installs additional .debs I've placed on the ISO during the actual installation as well. ...
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How can I start program on boot in Ubuntu 14.04?

Is the root crontab the only way? I'm starting up a MC server and don't want it to need me to manually restart it each time the server reboots for whatever reason. I don't want any login required ...
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Successful Kali 2 VB Install, but Cannot Start

I have 32-bit Ubuntu host machine with VirtualBox. Downloaded and installed kali-linux-2016.1-i386.iso from Kali Linux Downloads Here is the configuration But when I attempt to run Kali 2 from ...
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Why is boot slow?

I'm using Fedora 23, MATE edition. The computer feels slow to boot. How can I speed it up? Full details http://i.imgur.com/vrLGXDp.jpg $ systemd-analyze Startup finished in 16.571s (firmware) + 2....
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alsa config for startup

I'm having a problem with my headphone. A friendly person over at the #alsa irc channel came up with this to rectify: sudo hda-verb /dev/snd/hwC0D0 0x15 SET_EAPD_BTLENABLE 2 However it has to be ...
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How to get a list of all user scripts that are called on startup?

I have emacs daemon launching on startup and I have no idea where it is being launched. I've checked systemd and I don't have a service neither in /etc/systemd/system nor in /usr/lib/systemd/system. I'...
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How to start a service upon an lxc container start?

I would like to start OpenVPN automatically upon the launch of its lcx container. The container runs Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS, service openvpn start is successful (when launched from the running container) ...
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How to make a simple script run at login everytime

I'm extremely new to Linux style computing. Please keep that in mind. I figured out how to write a script for the calendar to pop up in the terminal. !/bin/bash Shell Scrip to display current date, ...
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Set environment variable (TZ) for all startup scripts and inittab

I'm working on an embedded Linux system and looking for a way to set the time zone for all processes. The question is: Is there any possibility to set the TZ environment variable at boot time (init ...
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Does the following error indicate my system is compromised?

[FAILED] Failed to Verify Integrity of password and group files. See 'systemctl status shadow.service' for details. I get this message in T1 every time I start up the computer but I havn't noticed ...
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Custom service (systemd) won't run on startup

I'm creating a non-interactive kiosk in Raspbian. I gutted everything I didn't want - desktop managers, various graphical services etc - the script starts X, an absolutely minimal desktop manager and ...
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How to pause (or capture) the messages that fly by at the end of startup sequence?

Towards the end of the "startup sequence"1, I see a longish series of diagnostic messages fly by very quickly, right before I see the login prompt2. AFAICT, most, if not all, of the lines making up ...
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When is the appropriate time to start Redshift using upstart?

I have been trying to get Redshift to start before login so that the bright welcome screen does not blind me, in particular when switching users. Running Redshift as a service does not seem fully ...