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

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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 ...
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Mysql init.d to systemd

I have two mysql instances on a centos 7 machine. init.d handles start on boot. problem is, only one instance starts on boot. both instances uses two different ports. Can someone help me with how to ...
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lsyncd won't start at startup

My os is mint 17.2 First off, when I start it with: sudo /etc/init.d/lsyncd start it starts. But when I reboot my system it isn't started by default. How do I have it start at boot time? I had ...
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Set up bluetooth keyboard to enter disk encryption password

How can I set up a bluetooth keyboard, so that I can use it to enter the disk encryption key, so that my encrypted linux system boots.
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How can I automatically minimize all startup programs?

I have set around five programs to run at startup and it's annoying when they take all my screen space. The worst offender is probably the Steam client that starts in fullscreen mode. How can I ...
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Is the slow start of Linux Mint caused by my ATI Radeon Graphic Card?

I have recently installed Linux Mint (Linux OS based on Ubuntu 14.04) but I have encountered some problems. Every time before Linux Mint starts, it does show me this error on the black screen: ...
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How to change the resolution on screen at Startup in Fedora?

I have just installed Fedora 22 and am new to the Linux environment. My problem is this, at startup the GPU doesn't seem to auto detect the resolution of my monitor. xrandr --newmode ...
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How can I kill a program started from rc.local when Ctrl-C doesn't work?

I was trying to create a program that runs at start-up that takes a picture every 10 seconds (In a infinite loop) on my raspberry pi but I discovered I had made a mistake but couldn't Ctrl+C out of ...
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Abortable task on startup on Ubuntu 14.04

I have a VM that needs to boot up, perform a specific task, and then shut itself down. It also needs to be possible to abort the special startup sequence to get the "regular" bootup behaviour, i.e. ...
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Tomcat Homepage (localhost) doesn't showup

Assuming, I've successfully installed Apache tomcat in RHEL 7 followed almost similar instructions in here, except that I've tomcat8 user, assigned permissions and generating a keytool as ...
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Sending signal to user that a particular driver is loaded

These are some of the messages coming on console from Microzed board (Cortex A9): [Sat May 17 18:18:26.603 2014] DMA: preallocated 256 KiB pool for atomic coherent allocations [Sat May 17 ...
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irexec not starting at boot - LIRC

This code is in a shell script that starts up on boot /usr/bin/irexec /root/.lircrc -d The other sections in the startup script work, so the script runs ok. When the command is executed manually ...
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How could I create sort of a “CLI Kiosk mode” at system startup?

I created a script that, when executed, leaves the user with a blank screen where he can only type, much like a typewriter. It's a Python script, and I intend to port it to pure Bash eventually. Now ...
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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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Execute a command after 10 minutes of boot

I have a CentOS Server. When the server Boots up I want to execute a command after 10 minutes of booting up. How can I do so? $ /usr/bin/curl -u admin:$PASSWORD -i -H 'X-Requested-By: ambari' -X PUT ...
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Stop a process from running on startup without removing it

Just for the heck of it I was running pgrep postgres and got a ton of results: postgres 1882 1 0 10:06 ? 00:00:00 /usr/lib/postgresql/9.3/bin/postgres -D /var/lib/postgresql/9.3/main -c ...
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How to delay a service startup on boot in Debian?

So to be precise I'm trying to delay the startup of "deluge-daemon" on my raspberry pi 2. Somehow the USB (NTFS) only gets automounted (I am using the default automount in Raspbian) after the X-server ...
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Automatically run rfkill unblock on startup

I'm running Elementary OS on an old(er) HP Pavilion dm1. Unfortunately, on startup my wireless is hard disabled, and I need to run sudo rfkill unblock all to get it up and running. Works fine once I ...
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USB wifi driver not loading until after graphical interface, and login is complete. How can I speed this up?

I would like to move the launch level of usb wifi dongle. How would I go about doing that in linux? I looked in /etc/init.d/ but I don't see my wifi dongle. I'm using these drivers ...
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Using readahead in Debian Jessie

The article BootProcessSpeedup on the Debian Wiki lists a tip to speed up boot time. It says to install readahead and then #touch /etc/readahead/profile-once. It seems like an outdated article, ...
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Prevent 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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Run a Python script in the background on boot

I recently installed the Google App Engine Development server on my FreeBSD home server to be able to test my GAE app remotely. What I can't figure out is how to run the Python development server as a ...
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How can I start a wine application at startup without login?

I want to start a wine application when system startup. However this app need a Xwindow environment. I could only launch it manually by hand now, so I have to login first then start the app. I have ...
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Run a udev rule for a USB flash drive when the computer is started with the device inserted

I want my Ubuntu 15.04 x64 server system to execute a script whenever a certain flash drive is inserted. So I created a custom rule file with the following content ...
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Script to run at shutdown

I'm trying to create the equivalent to rc.local that runs last during startup, but to run first during shutdown. I basically copy/pasted /etc/init.d/rc.local as the base template, and updated the ...
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Running program on startup (Fedora 22/ 2015)

I tried really hard to avoid posting a new question for something so basic and already answered in a hundred places, but after spending two hours on this and trying every solution out there I'm ...
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Debian: Add start up script to bootable USB

So I've installed WANem and the only way to download it is by downloading a WANem custom version of Knoppix OS with WANem already installed. I want to add a start up script to configure something ...
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Linux Sudo Without Password Prompt [duplicate]

I want to run a bash command at startup (~/.config/autostart/myCommand.desktop) that requires sudo, but rather than it prompting me every time, I would like to include the password in the command, ...
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Is there a way of getting logs for startup processes in /etc/init.d?

Is there a way of getting logs for startup processes in /etc/init.d? I am running Raspbian (Debian Wheezy). dmesg shows boot log, but does not go far enough. Some time ago I added a script to start ...
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Start tomcat at startup with administrative privileges

I need one process run before log in to system. How to run it like services? how do I make services in Linux? In Ubuntu and Fedora? The service is customized tomcat
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How to edit /etc/sysconfig/iptables from: RESCUE MODE boot?

Let's say the /etc/sysconfig/iptables needs to be edited because, due to it I can not ssh to my server. I start my server in "Rescue Mode", but when I login, there is no such thing as ...
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CentOS VPS not starting after installing zPanel

I've had some trouble earlier installing zPanel, but then I was told that I've been using the wrong package, I was supposed to use the 32-bit version, but kept trying with 64-bit. After figuring that, ...
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Which system file is loading the “wl” (wifi) kernel module at boot time?

I've recently installed the "wl" (wifi) kernel module on my system. It's a driver that makes my Broadcom wifi card work. Unfortunately the module gets enabled at boot time (wifi light comes on), which ...
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How do I display a message when I logon?

I am trying to display a message when I log on to Linux Mint 17.2. I have tried various methods without success: 1) I created a file /home/myusername/Desktop/startup-message.sh as follows: ...
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Command not starting on boot

I'm trying to run this script https://github.com/oblique/create_ap on startup on my RPi with this command: /usr/bin/screen -dmS ap /usr/bin/create_ap -m nat wlan0 eth0 RaspberryAP ******, but it ...
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Startup script with LSB headers not working correctly (dependency problem)?

I am creating a startup script for my Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS server. The script need to be run after the Rabbit MQ server. The Rabbit MQ startup script says it provides "rabbitmq-server". So I put this ...
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How to use port 5900 for vino when also using vncserver on startup?

Is it possible to have vncserver start a configured display only as :1 and leave :0 available for vino? On Centos/RHEL 6.5, I have set up vncserver to create display :1 on startup by putting the ...
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Starting Apache Httpd at Boot time with Zero intervention, CentOS and authbind

I want to start Apache Httpd when Linux starts (with Zero intervention like submitting the root password, I don't want write the root password to start the apache service!!!) Later of Apache was ...
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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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How to autorun a C# mono applications on Raspberry PI startup?

I have a Raspberry PI running Raspbian and I connect to it through RDP or SSH. And I have 2 applications in C# and I run them through mono. One is a WinForms app (GUI app, which cannot be launched ...
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Starting Debian mono application (that has a GUI) AFTER boot is done [duplicate]

I've been trying to figure out how to start an application after Debian (Wheezy) is done booting up and on an LXDE desktop session. It is a mono C# application. The script I have is simply mono ...
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ConsoleKit reports active/is-local only on the second+ login

Running KDE Frameworks 5, Plasma 5, using sddm as a display manager. ConsoleKit and PAM-linux are both installed. Upon login (using the sddm login screen), ck-list-sessions returns FALSE for both ...
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nfs-kernel-server starts too early

I have an RPI-based NFS server with an external USB hard disk. After a recent upgrade to Raspbian 8.0 and systemd I noticed that now nfs-kernel-server seems to be starting before all file systems on ...
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Start App On Bootup - Debian

I have a ts3.desktop file in my /usr/share/applications folder that I want to run on system boot. I have typed the following commands which don't work crontab -e Then in the editor, I typed ...
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Run top instead of getty

Here's a simple question. I'm not sure the answer is very simple, but anyway. By default, systemd auto-launches getty on each VT except VT7. What I would like is for systemd to launch top on VT6 ...
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Is there a specific SSH boot log?

My sshd won't start at bootup. I have to type it in manually (sudo service ssh start). I've posted a question on how to start ssh at bootup (How to start SSH daemon on boot on Linux Mint Debian v2), ...
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linux run jar on startup after mysql is running [closed]

Is there a way to run a jar at startup on CentOS 6.5 but only after MySQL is running?
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Cron not working at startup, but works if restarted?

For some testing, I need to reboot my system every minute. I have a busybox based system, installed cron using opkg. I setup a cron job using crontab, everything looks ok: root@SL1000-1103DC:~# ...
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Startup problem: invalid partition table or use UEFI BOOT

I'm working on a Dell Latitude E5430. Recently I booted pcbsd from USB using this file: PCBSD10.1.1-RELEASE-01-31-2015-x64-DVD-USB_0.iso But I guess I did something wrong. I was trying to install ...
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Debian 8 - Update Iptables on boot

I am in the process of porting my "configure openvpn server" from ubuntu 14 to debian 8. So far it works well except for this section: # Set up iptables to forward packets for vpn and do this upon ...