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

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Add xinput to the start up secuence of LXDE

I want these 2 commands to run on boot. xinput --set-prop "Razer Razer DeathAdder" "Device Accel Constant Deceleration" 4 xinput --set-prop "Razer Razer DeathAdder" ...
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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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Fedora won't start after update [closed]

About 1 month ago I installed the newest version of Fedora, so that I had both Windows and Fedora on one machine. Today I installed some software and some updates and rebooted the system, but ...
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Where can I put settings that are run with root and last from start of OS till it shuts down?

Where can I put settings that are run with root and last from start of OS till it shuts down? One requirement is that when I suspend/hibernate my Ubuntu 12.04 and wake it up, the settings should not ...
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WHM / cPanel - running startup scripts specific to user

We have a private server running CentOS 6 pre-installed with WHM / cPanel. We have 2 accounts setup - one for our main site and another for testing before deploying to live. Relatively new to server ...
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Why if I don't disable nm-applet and xfce4-volumed my startup slows down?

I'm running Xubuntu 12.04, and after I ran the update, my login started slowing down big time. I've dabbled a little bit with the programs in Settings -> Settings Manager -> Session and Startup, and ...
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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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Fedora 20, startup script with network settings work correctly but without real effect

First, I love Fedora 20. :) I'm newcomers from Debian/Ubuntu/Suse, but I real like this clean distro. But I found some problems, and can't move forward with this little things. I have 2 PC in home ...
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don't start xorg on boot [duplicate]

I have found a lot of question about Xorg not starting by default, but this is actually what I want. How can I have Linux Mint (17 Quiana) not start GUI, just the shell (I believe that is supposed to ...
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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 run a script as if it's running at boot?

I have a script running at boot time, however it's giving me errors I see in the log file. When I run it manually, it runs fine - probably the environment is changed. Is there a way to run such a ...
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running graphics based script with disabled desktop environments on system startup

I'd like to introduce first what I am trying to achieve. I am having a Linux script which requires graphical environment OR which is graphical(I am myself not sure what I am trying to make others ...
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Why adding swap space is the slowest part of the booting process? [closed]

I'm not having performance problems, but just running dmesg command, I can see that adding Swap space is the slowest part of the booting process. Why? I actually have ~4GB for swap and 2GB RAM ...
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System freeze on “setting up alsa”

I use Debian wheezy and I boot the computer and get stuck in the line: [....] setting up alsa .... It freezes, it only responds to "REUSIB" (Emergency Reboot With Magic SysRq), but it is unusable as ...
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Startup Applications config path

I want to edit the startup list of Linux Mint 17 without logging in. Where does the Startup Applications program keep its list of applications?
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Difficulty running a command at startup

I'm using Xfce in Linux, and I need to run the following command at every startup, otherwise my touchpad is impossible to use: xinput --set-prop 13 'Synaptics Finger' 12, 12, 0 I've put the command ...
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Fedora session / process startup issues

I've installed fedora 16 with lxde(xfce) desktop. My problem is that when I login into the system, it gives me redundant app startup, for instance it launches Installation manager, also I've noticed ...
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fails to boot after reboot (update required), mouting failed and no init found

After updating my ubuntu system, it requires me to reboot the pc. So I did it and then the following message shows on the screen: mount: mouting /dev/loop0 on /root failed: Invalid argument mount: ...
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Start a software on a specific workspace at startup [duplicate]

Is there a way to automatically launch a specific software on a specific workspace (i.e. 1, 2, ...)? I'm using Debian sid with Xfce 3.14.
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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 ...
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How to run cgminer on boot?

I have the following commands I want to run when the raspberry pi boots up, it is for my bitcoin minner to start: cd /home/pi/cgminer-4.5.0 sudo ./cgminer -o http://xxxxxxxxxxx -u xxxxxxxx -p ...
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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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Removing duplicated files in the rootfs - to speed up booting time, and improve memory usage

With Buildroot I'm making images for my Embedded Linux Hardware. Mainly I'm trying to speed up the boot sequence (and on the way lower the memory usage), where I've tried many techniques successfully. ...
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Starting Qt Application On Startup for Embedded Linux

I'm trying to get a Qt application to launch immediately after booting up. When booted, the Linux image does nothing more than launch an X server and a terminal. It also has the cron daemon running in ...
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Error about agpgart during startup on Fedora 20?

I have started to notice a strange error quickly flash across my screen every time I boot my laptop running Fedora 20. I'm not sure what it means or how it may be affecting my system, but I figured ...
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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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Ubuntu: where add a script executing SQL on machine start?

Each time Ubuntu is starting I need to run a script, which is running some SQLs. So I need run it after MySQL already started. Where should I put such script?
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LinuxMint 14 x64 halts during startup at: stopping samba auto-reload integration

My Lenovo Y500 intel i7 nvidia gt 560m LinuxMint 14 x64 halts during startup at: stopping samba auto-reload integration No error shown. No login prompt. I accidentally executed this in the wrong ...
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mounting by default at startup with /etc/fstab doesn't work

I'm trying since a few hours to mount a partition (md0) automatically with the server start. The Content of my /etc/fstab: # <file system> <mount point> <type> <options> ...
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Installing software the first time a system boots after CentOS installation

I have a custom text based CentOS 6.4 installation that installs the OS, then after the first boot I have a custom rc.local file that installs custom applications and prepares the system for our ...
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What's the difference between /etc/rc.local and /etc/init.d/rc.local?

I want to add a permanent iptables rule to my new VPS, and after brief google search i was surprised that there are two places this rule can be added, that seems like identical: /etc/rc.local and ...
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Is killing processes created on startup safe?

I've just got a vserver running debian 7 and whenever I start the server and call the top command, there are very many processes that were started automatically on startup. Can I kill them or are ...
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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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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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Execute a script as root at boot on Fedora 15/16

I try to run a script (tpfand) at startup, and it asked to be root to execute it. This is a script to control the fans on Thinkpad computers. Despite several attempts, I could not get ...
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Execute root command after a user starts their session

I'm trying to find how is possible to execute a root command when a user starts their session. I found that adding commands to thes file /etc/rc.local should execute the commands after the boot, but ...
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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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Unable to delete files as a root user using RS232 serial cross cable

I have a device(CCTV decoder) which was rebooting itself, so cant login using LAN cable. It has RS232 port only, no VGA and keybord/USB port(Embeded PC). I connected RS232 cross cable and used ...
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Trigger an init script when a specific device is up and a kernel module has been loaded

On my ubuntu 12.04 servers, I need to write an init.d script that waits until the infiniband interface (device: mlx4_0, interface: ib0) is completely up, and until the knem kernel module is loaded. ...
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Mount filesystems after boot to avoid fsck delay for sshd

I'm trying to optimise the overall downtime and improve availability in case of system failure. I'm specifically concerned about the reboot (e.g. after a kernel panic) taking so long that I don't ...
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Can't get out of foreground mode in STunnel

I was trying to debug an STunnel installation on my Raspberry Pi (using Raspbian) and so I set the foreground mode to yes (which is something suggested in the official documentation). Unfortunately, ...
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Solved - Solaris 10 - Is it possible to reboot a system from a startup script?

I have a Solaris 10 test guest logical domain (LDom). I plan to have the network on this be reconfigured before rebooting using a startup script in /etc/rc0.d. At the moment, when the system boots, ...
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Autostart a GUI application in Debian as root

I would like to know which is the most correct way to make my Debian automatically start up a graphical application once the desktop has been loaded. The app must be started as root.
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Stop init.d from running, and go to terminal prompt

I'm running Rasbian (Debian?) on my Raspberry Pi, and have allot of auto-starting things in init.d. But what if I want to stop them all from running, and simply break into a terminal prompt? I've ...
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Kernel can't find /dev/sda file during boot

I configured a gentoo kernel (kernel-2.6.36-gentoo-r5), but when I boot it can't mount /dev/sda1: ALERT! /dev/sda1 does not exist . Dropping to a shell . I use the shell to go to the /dev ...
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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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What happens if I set default system runlevel to 0 or 6?

What I understand from runlevels is that in each level some programs have permission to be executed and some don't. runlevel 3 boots system into CLI and runlevel 5 starts the default GUI. But I don't ...
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Scripts cannot run simultaneously on startup

I want two scripts (Server_drive, Server_video_boot) running on startup, but there is conflict between them. Specifically, there is always running the script with the lower priority. I tried with many ...
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Programmatically creating .desktop file to autostart application

Using a Java program, I added a .desktop file in /etc/xdg/autostart to run a script when a user logs in. The script didn't run at user login, and when I checked the start up applications dialog ...
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Why doesn't rc.local run entirely

Here is 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 # value on error. # ...