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

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Running a service before log in

I don't like opening a question here for such a, seemingly, simple issue; but I've been stuck on this for a while now and I have no idea what to do next. I'm running a Fedora 22 system on a ...
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Configuring update-rc.d script for startup only

I'm running Yocto Poky and have a test script I want to run on startup only. The script just appends date to a file echo $(date) >> ~/test.txt. I add it to the daemon with: update-rc.d -f ...
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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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get rid of “No Caching mode page found” message during boot

during early boot, I get following error message: [sdb] No Caching mode page found [sdb] Assuming drive cache: write through If I understand correctly, this is actually just a harmless info message ...
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What is causing a pause during the system device probe?

I am running FreeBSD 10.0-RELEASE. During the boot device probe there is a two-times 30 second pause. The output relevant to this is # dmesg ... (aprobe0:ata0:0:1:0): ATAPI_IDENTIFY. ACB: a1 00 00 ...
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Startup script needs root permissions

I have a script that I need to run at startup. I have it in init.d. I need to execute one of the commands within the script with root permissions. How do I go about doing this? Edit 1: For ...
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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 ...
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Systemd wait for network interface to be up before running service

I have a couple questions about systemd. I'm having issues consistently getting my script to run once the network interface is up. I have tried Requires and After as seen below but is inconsistent ...
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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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Unable to mount root fs over NFS

I am attempting to set up the first (of many) Raspberry Pis running Pidora (a Fedora Remix) to boot from an NFS share. It is my goal to eventually place a dozen or more Raspberry Pis in the datacenter ...
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Add CLI based Startup Application

I would like to start the cmus in terminal as a startup Application. I tried: --> cmus command as startup application. But it didnot open in the terminal.
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Disable isc-dhcp-server form startup

I am working with isc-dhcp-server on ubuntu 14.04.1, and i don't want that it run on start up so I disabled it from rc with sudo update-rc.d -f isc-dhcp-server remove But it still run on startup, I ...
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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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systemctl script not able to read and write

I have a script running at start up using systemctl. Shown below. The script that runs just reads and writes data from a txt file. [Unit] Description= Start sample script After=local-fs.target ...
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i3wm : start applications on specific workspaces when i3 starts

How can I start applications on specific workspaces in i3 when it starts? Why is this not working in my config file? : workspace 1; exec firefox; workspace 2; exec chromium; workspace 1
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Graphical UI stops working shortly after boot [Linux Mint 17.3]

I recently updated to Linux Mint 17.3 Cinnamon 64-bit from 17.2 through the update manager. Upon reboot everything was in working order so I decided to update the kernel as well which was probably ...
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Run mate-terminal on startup as root without password

I am using Linux Mint 17. I want to run mate-terminal on startup as root without need to type password (I want it to perform automatically) and execute python script in it without closing terminal ...
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Starting Tomcat Service when starting CentOS/RHEL/Fedora

I want to install tomcat 8 and run it at startup time I am following these tutorials: Install Tomcat 7 on CentOS, RHEL, or Fedora How to install Tomcat 8 on a CentOS 6 VPS I created the tomcat ...
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Where do I find boot log in Debian 8 (to debug autostart issues)?

I am trying to debug why certain apps fail to autostart (autostart package). Premise: My final goal is to understand why the autostart sequence is broken (probably due to certain packages' autostart ...
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Autoloading a particular driver, based on a detected specific kernel

I need some help in writing a tiny script and determining its placement within Debian 7.9 filesystem. As the title says, the script needs to be executed automatically on startup and, after checking ...
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What is the proper way to start a driver on boot?

I have succeded (full story here) on installing some ethernet card that, according to the docs, must be manually started: # modprobe e1000bp I would like this driver startup to be performed on boot ...
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What is the sequence loading linux kernel module on startup? How priority is set to them?

I have a Linux kernel module which I compiled dynamically. How is it added to startup? There are lot of .ko files in /lib/modules. How is priority set for loading these modules?
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Internet connection being lost after about 10 seconds

Okay so I have looked at this post Network connection drops after a few seconds, Which looks similar to the problem I am having but I have only just got Linux and can't work out what to do. Before I ...
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Set global environment variables at boot in Solaris 11

I am wanting to create a file in Solaris, so that I can export a few "items" whenever the machine is started up. i.e. I want to export ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_SID and some other directories, of my ...
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How do I start a screen session using an upstart job with a non privileged user?

I have struggled with this problem for two days and have tried many things to fix it to no avail. I'm hoping you guys can help me out. I am trying to create an Upstart job that starts a new screen ...
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PPTP VPN client auto startup : need to restart network interface

The PPTP client works well. So the following lines were added in /etc/network/interfaces to enable the tunnel at system startup : auto tunnel iface tunnel inet ppp provider myTunnel according ...
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Run tpb at login or startup and have it continue in the background (Debian+LXDE)

I'm trying to have tpb automatically, actively running when I'm logged in. I'm not sure when it needs to be run to continue on in the background after the GUI's started and I've logged in. The ...
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Relation between shell start up processes and environment of parent process

"How are shell variables related to the environment that a process started by the shell has on start-up?" I read If processes inherit the parent's environment, why do we need export? My current ...
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“map: vt01 => fb0” - what is that?

At startup of Rasbian on Raspberry PI, when console asks for login I can see the following text: map: vt01 => fb0 What does that mean? How can I disable it? (hide this message, I would only like ...
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Why FreeRADIUS service won't work on Centos?

I have installed FreeRADIUS server on centos via yum successfully, but I couldn't start radiusd service. when I run as root user and exec the following radiusd -X an error is occurred. [root@userAAA ...
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Restart service after boot then enable networking ordering

Problem: Server application when first started upon boot has memory leak. When service is restarted, it will then run without issue. Temporary solution is to: AFTER the OS has completed booting, ...
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Running a script during booting/startup; init.d vs cron @reboot

I am currently trying to understand the difference between init.d and cron @reboot for running a script at startup/booting of the system. The use of @reboot (this method was mentioned in this forum ...
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Run a GUI program at startup

I am using Ubuntu 14.04. I wrote a small script named trial. The contents of the script are as follows: #!/bin/sh SHELL=/bin/sh PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin sh -c firefox I copied the ...
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Why are Dolphin and Konsole running automatically in Linux Mint (Ubuntu-based, KDE)?

They are in fact running on each system boot and in double instance, even if I close all the instances before shutdown. I checked /etc/xdg/autostart/ and ~/.config/autostart/ but there are no ...
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how to run a script start-up on live distro?

I'm using a live distro installed on usb drive (persistence mode) Is any way to run a script automatically when machine starts?
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Do I *need* `exit 0` at the end of `rc.local`?

What is the purpose of the exit code in rc.local? I seem to execute just fine without it. The header shows: #!/bin/sh -e # # rc.local - executed at the end of each multiuser runlevel # # Make sure ...
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Autostarting shell applications using Startup Applications Preferences?

In gnome I run "Startup Application Preferences". After that I press add and in comamnd field I write: logkeys --start. However, logkeys doesn't auto start. How to fix it?
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Linux Mint Hangs on Battery Check, Can't Access Terminal

freaking out a bit here. Put in a lot of work tonight on a major paper that I cannot now access. I was just about to go to bed and launched Minecraft for a 10 minute time of decompression and ...
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How to permanently disable root-password prompt for recovery mode, RHEL7

Note: I asked a similar quesiton concerning version 6 of these bundles here. Note that 7 uses systemd and may have a different implementation In the rare cases that a RHEL or CentOS 7 system is ...
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How to permanently disable root-password prompt for recovery mode, RHEL6

In the rare cases that a RHEL or CentOS 6 system is prevented from booting by (for instance) an improper shutdown, or a forced fsck-check failure on boot, the console will prompt the user for a root ...
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How to effectively manage autostart in Linux Ubuntu/Mint (KDE)?

I am aware I can use 'autostart' package. However there are certain programs (e.g. 2 windows of Dolphin) which start automatically despite they're not in autostart. Also, certain program fail to run ...
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How to turn on rEFInd in the startup again? [closed]

I formatted old macbook book, installed Mac OS X El Capitan, and refind boot loader, and linux mint. Installed: El Capitan rEFind boot loader Linux Mint 17.2 Rafaela Mate with Codecs (64 bits) ...
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How to bypass rEFInd boot loader and boot straight to Linux OS straight?

How to bypass rEFInd boot loader and boot straight to Linux OS straight? Hi Guys, I managed to install rEFind Boot loader and Linux Mint on the old macbook. Whenever macbook turns on, it will go ...
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iso installed debian 8.2.0, but boot fails with strange textscreen artifact with red character

I got it to install on dev/sdb from DVD. (debian-8.2.0-amd64-DVD-1.iso) Basic install, default desktop. No extra packages from DVD#2#3 or via package manager installed. During startup, the ...
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Disabling graphical login in Debian wheezy

I have installed Debian wheezy on my machine with a netinst image, now I would like to deactivate the desktop and boot straight to the command line, not only that but I would like to not waste any ...
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Relative benefits of systemd and update-rc.d for boot scripting

I've been using update-rc.d to get scripts to run on startup on Yocto, which lacks an /etc/rc.local file. Now I've just come across systemd, which appears to do exactly the same thing. Can anyone ...
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Run script on startup for Old Linux kernel (3.0.0)

I need to run a script on system startup, but the Linux version is very old, so: There is no rc.local. Even when I created it and gave it a command, it was never run. There is no crontab at all. ...
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Linux Mint 17 Cinnamin + MySQL + turn OFF autostart

I have tried all the suggestions in hours of googling and still when I reboot and run service mysql status my server is running. since i only use mysql for database testing with my java apps i don't ...
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Arch linux can't login

My problem is that I can't login. If I try to loggin with correct username and password it doesn't do anything. I have error message on boot failed to create static device Nodes in /dev . This ...
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systemd script to enable/disable gnome shell extensions depending on connection status

As subject, I would like to write a systemd script which runs at startup and disables the weather shell extension if the laptop is not connected to the internet. When the system shuts down, it should ...