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

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How to unmount LVM automatically at shutdown (Debian/Ubuntu)?

I've created an LVM2 script in /etc/init.d/lvm2 and registered it with update-rc for startup, now the manuals I am reading states "immediately after all filesystems were unmounted:" that this should ...
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What is the proper setup for “anacron”? (Ubuntu 9.10, 10.04)

I am running Ubuntu 9.10 and 10.04 on MediaTemple (ve) servers. On both of them, the anacron setup is broken, ... and they have been broken since I first installed Ubuntu. It has only come to my ...
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Permission denied message when starting gfs2

Can anyone please explain why I get this permission denied error? I try starting the script and it fails with a permission denied message. So I create a copy of it and run that instead and that works. ...
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Run init.d script in the context of the current user session

I'd like to run a script in init.d (on Fedora) in the context of the user session I'm logging in as. I have a script called keyboard_deadkeys I wrote to set some deadkeys on my keyboard. The ...
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Comprehensive guide to init.d scripts?

I'm looking for good resources to learn more about how to write/debug/maintain init.d scripts on Ubuntu. Do you have any links or books to recommend ?
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init.d scripts written in Python

A question came up on SO asking about writing init.d scripts in Python. One comment indicated that these scripts should be programmed in shell not Python. Is writing init.d scripts in Python: Bad. ...
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insserv: There is a loop between service foo and bar if started… Breaks aptitude

Does anyone know how to resolve these init errors that happen from the Cyberpower powerpanel for linux package? Ref: http://www.cyberpowersystems.com/products/management-software/ppl.html - I tried ...
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Ubuntu 64bit Xen DomU Issues after upgrade from Karmic to Lucid

I was upgrading my servers today and it all went fine except the last machine which has the following issues: [Resolved using ...
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Problem with startup script

I am trying to get Chandler running on a debian box on startup under user 'chandler', and have tried the following script, locating it in init.d: #! /bin/sh # # /etc/init.d/chandler # RETVAL=$? ...
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No coredumps for daemons started at boot by init.d on Ubuntu

How can I get daemons started by init.d at boot to coredump on Ubuntu? This is what I have done so far... echo "ulimit -c unlimited" >> /etc/profile mkdir /corefiles/ chmod 777 /corefiles/ echo ...
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fedora 13 init.d script, can’t stop

I wrote init.d script that suppose to run java CLI proccess. The problem is that when i stop it, i get [failed] and the proccess is still running. thanks #!/usr/bin/env bash # # chkconfig: 345 ...
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Restart Apache and Kill All Sub Processes

I am trying to restart Apache on my server but it does not seem to kill all the processes that Apache is currently running. The command I am using is sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart Is there ...
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My init.d script is never called with the stop parameter?

I created a script called blueBoxT for starting and stopping Oracle and placed it in the /etc/init.d directory. #!/bin/bash echo "blueBoxT $1 - `date '+%Y%m%d%H%M'`" >> /root/blueBoxT.log case ...
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How to activate eth0 / eth1 earlier in ubuntu boot process

Let's see if I can explain this right: I have servers with two ethernet interfaces - one external and one internal facing. I have a DB (pg) on one server and accessible from other machines on the ...
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stop apache from asking for SSL password each restart [duplicate]

Using instructions from this site but varying them just a little i created a CA using -newca, i copied cacert.pem to my comp and imported as trusted issuer in IE. I then did -newreq and -sign (note: i ...
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Script in /etc/init.d won't run on startup (Ubuntu 8.10)

I'm on Ubuntu 8.10 The script runs when called from the command line with sudo /etc/init.d/xbindkeys start. Here's how it looks: #! /bin/sh ...
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Ubuntu SSLH Service Not Starting on Boot

I am trying to run SSH and HTTPS both on Port 443 on an Ubuntu server. I found SSLH which seems to do the trick. My only problem is getting it to start on system boot. Supposedly, it is already setup ...
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Unable to get Webmin or Vboxdrv to auto start on boot

Ever since installing Ubuntu 10.04 I've had issues getting things to auto-start. I have installed webmin and VirtualBox but every time I reboot I have to manually run: sudo /etc/init.d/webmin start ...
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How to properly create a startup script for tracd on Synology DS209+II?

I'm running tracd on a Synology DS209+II NAS. For that purpose, I have created a script in /opt/etc/init.d called S81trac: myserver> ls -l /opt/etc/init.d -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root ...
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Debian package with init.d without autostart

I'm trying to create a package which contains the init.d file, but doesn't try to start the daemon right after the installation. Currently, I'm using scripts created from the dh_make template. Right ...
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How can I adapt this debian init.d script to work with CentOS 5?

I'm trying to get an lsyncd daemon running. I installed the lsyncd RPM from epel, but it doesn't seem to come with an init.d script. In the lsyncd repository, there's this script that works with ...
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`# probe: true` in /etc/rc.d/init.d/* files on a RedHat system

Some files (e.g. nfs, nfslock, bind) in my /etc/rc.d/init.d/ directory have in their comment header a line such as: # probe: true I found that those particular scripts has the probe verb i.e.: ...
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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 ...