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The init.d directory contains a number of start/stop scripts for various services on a Linux system.

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Have a service start on startup with Ubuntu

I'm not clear on how to start a service when the server boots, I read on some of the other questions asked about adding the script to /etc/init.d, but It's just one line that I need to execute in the ...
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How to conform to update-rc.d with LSB standard?

This is a migrated question from stackoverflow, as I was told, this is the place for it to be. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2263567/how-to-conform-to-update-rc-d-with-lsb-standard I have set ...
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Redhat init script best practice

I want to write an init service script which runs the program as a particular user (and not root). I will then chkconfig this script and install into my production run level. I could just put a su ...