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RHEL7 text-only installation

I want to install RHEL7 in purely text-only mode. Although I added the inst.text and inst.cmdline kernel option (since I want it to install from kickstart) it still requires more than a console as it ...
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Running commands on startup on a Red Hat server

I have a Red Hat server instance on AWS that I'm trying to make a nice AMI image of so I can test specific instance machine types with Apache Bench (ab). I'm currently just trying to create the OS ...
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rc.local with read will not echo key strokes

I'm using CentOS 6.4 and have a small problem with using read in /etc/rc.local file. It will allow keyboard entry but does not echo any of the key strokes during input. This is something that worked ...
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Startscript: using $! to create pidfile - returning wrong pid (off by one) occasionally

We have 3 instances of redis running on a test server. For some reason, our start script which starts redis can write the wrong pid to a file. Here is what it's doing: su redis -c "redis-server ...
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Run a command before services are started

I have a Oracle Linux 6.3 system on which I would like to run a command when the machines starts up before any other services are started. The reason for this is to try and work around a bug in RHEL ...
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Is there a way to view the console output instead of boot logo, while my RHEL 6.2 machine boots up?

My company provided laptop has RHEL6.2, with lot of programs to start up automatically, which makes the boot up process slow. While the machine boots up, there is the boring RHEL logo on the screen ...
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Can a service script put inside init.d be called at startup and shutdown?

I'm running Red Hat 5.1. I have a script called sysinit that I added as a service using chkconfig --add sysinit. I have the following set in the file: #chkconfig 4 01 01 This creates one symlink ...