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Arch Linux run script a minute after boot

I have set up a bridge between eth0 and wlan0 with netctl. It works fine if I tell it to configure eth0 and wlan0 at startup and then for me to manually start the bridge after it boots. If I tell the ...
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systemctl start depending on tty

I would like to start Apache automatically on my machine, but only if I login from TTY1 (I do not run a display manager). If I log in from any other TTY, it should not start. I tried this in my ...
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Why are there internet utilities in my initial ramdisk?

I have a fairly standard initial ramdisk created using mkinitcpio. I'm on Arch GNU/Linux. A while ago I got dropped to a rescue shell and poked around in the /bin of the ramdisk to see what was ...
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How can I start Apache on Arch Linux w/systemd using passphrase protected SSL keys?

I'm relatively new to using Arch Linux and think I must be missing the obvious way to do this correctly, but –short of starting the daemon on my own– I can't figure out how to get passphrase protected ...
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How to modprobe radeon and turn off card at start with systemd?

ArchLinux has completly replaced rc.conf with systemd. I used /etc/rc.local to modprobe radeon module and turn it off using vgaswitcheroo. modprobe radeon && echo OFF > ...
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“Removing leftover files … Unknown user 'uuidd'. [FAIL]” on a fresh Arch Linux installation

I just fresh installed Arch Linux reecently and when booting i can spot a warning: Removing leftover files [BUSY] [/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/uuidd.conf:1] Unknown user 'uuidd'. [FAIL] What could this ...
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Problem at boot-time: “Loading user-defined modules [FAIL]”

After I updated my Kernel to version 3.0, i always get this line when my Arch-Linux system is booting up: Loading User-specified Modules [BUSY] [FAIL] I have no idea what could cause this to ...