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Another option is to use pmount. It seems a little easier to use commonly. However it requires installing (from the EPEL repository). CentOS Forum on pmount
Of course, you should not import a user's .bashrc into a script that runs as root at system startup. Two suggestions: Write a script to launch the service (let's say mystart.sh) . That script can source the .bashrc, then start the app: #!/usr/bin/bash . .bashrc hypnotoad app To run that script at startup, I suggest use the user's crontab. Have the user ...
The rcorder utility looks at the rcNG scripts in /etc/rc.d and /usr/local/etc/rc.d and works out in which order they are to be run (by analysing the PROVIDE, REQUIRE and KEYWORD headers), but it is only effective at boot time, or when switching from single-user to multi-user mode - that is, whenever /etc/rc itself is called. As far as I know, there is no ...
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