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

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Run a sh file on machine boot up

I am quite new to linux and want to know what to be done to launch a .sh file on machine startup basically i have a server machine with linux OS on it and want to run some jboss application when ...
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List of script( location)s that get run automatically, and when?

Does anybody know (of a resource listing) what scripts are run automatically, and when, from the moment I startup the computer until it's shutdown again. I know several places where I can add scripts ...
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ACPI conflicts with ACPI region SMRG

During startup, I noticed some error. I found this in dmesg: i801_smbus 0000:00:1f.3: PCI INT B -> GSI 21 (level, low) -> IRQ 21 ACPI: I/O resource 0000:00:1f.3 [0x400-0x41f] conflicts with ...
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Having a bash script run at startup and display the results when I log in

I am running Ubuntu 11.04 and I want to be able to run a command like top so when I login it is running in a window. I been trying many things for a while now and can't seem to get it to work I ...
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Make daemon start up with Linux

I'm writing a simple daemon application using C/C++ and I want it to start when Linux starts up. I am a beginner on Linux systems. I have tried to modify /etc/init.d/skeleton to add a script into ...
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Giving a custom script root permissions

I have a backup drive that is Truecrypt Encrypted. I'd like to automnt this drive so I can automate backups when in the office. I am using Linux Mint 12 x64bit I wrote a script that runs successfully ...
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Why won't my xmodmap command run on startup/login?

I want to run this command every time I log in (or every time I start up, if that doesn't work): xmodmap -e 'keysym Delete = Menu' -e 'keysym Menu = Delete' I've tried many things. I put the command ...
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Problematic booting process

About a month ago I installed Lubuntu 11.10. Since that time there is a problem with booting and shutting down. Booting is endless. This screen never disappears, so I have to manually press the ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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Ubuntu 11.04 Startup Applicatation vs /etc/init.d

Is there any difference between these two methods for application to start on boot? I need an application to start before a logon occurs and am questioning whether or not Ubuntu's Startup Application ...
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Start up ssh connection on startup

I need to start a ssh connection to a proxy in order to have access to some resources. I have written the shell script and managed to run the script successfully. However, I found it very ...
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Start a service on HPUX at boot

I'm trying to start a service on HPUX 11.31 at boot time. I generated the appropriate symlinks, but the system is not starting it up. If I run the script once the system is up, everything works as ...
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start mysql server at boot for debian

I am using Debian Etch and I have following this and tried to write a script like this to auto start mysql server at boot: #! /bin/sh # /etc/init.d/blah # # Some things that run always sudo ...
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What's the cleanest way to schedule autoexec.bat like command in Linux?

I want to create a small script for my Linux system that would do some simple things on PC boot. The script is most likely going to be Python, but maybe I'll resort to C or shell. The problem is that ...
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How to permanently remove obsolete icon from Ubuntu Xfce notification tray?

Since I uninstalled blueman, the obsolete icon persists in my Xfce (Ubuntu 11.04 64 bit) notification tray with a placeholder. There is a way to hide but not to remove it. Can you show me how to ...
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rc.local - not all commands are executed

I have following lines in my rc.local #!/bin/sh -e # # rc.local # # This script is executed at the end of each multiuser runlevel. # Make sure that the script will "exit 0" on success or any other # ...
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Is there a standard way to have a program start when a user logs in on Linux?

Is there a standard way to make a program start when a user logs in? On Ubuntu, for example, you can place a .desktop file in ~/.config/autostart and the application will launch on startup. Does ...
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How do I start Xvfb on startup on Debian?

I’ve got a Debian web server that I’m using for occasional screen-scraping via Selenum and Python. I use Xvfb as a virtual X server for Firefox to run on when being controlled by Selenium. Given that ...
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Are certain parts of startup scripts necessary or just good practice?

I'm currently exploring creating a startup script in the form of a system process located in the /etc/init.d/ on my Fedora 14 Linux installation. It sounds like the following two lines are bare ...
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removing startup item from com.apple.launchd

Im not sure if this is the right place for this kind of question, but here it goes anyways... I installed a program a few months ago, it had a startup option that I did install. Later, I decided to ...
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Run Python script on startup

Running on Ubuntu Karmic. I need to execute the following (updated) script at boot time #!/bin/sh # /etc/init.d/scripts # Description: Starts Python scripts # ————————————————– # ### BEGIN INIT INFO ...