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Aptitude safe-upgrade hangs on php5-fpm update-rc.d warning

When running sudo aptitude safe-upgrade on my Ubuntu 12.04 LTS server, I keep receiving this warning: update-rc.d: warning: php5-fpm stop runlevel arguments (0 1 6) do not match LSB Default-Stop ...
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LSB confirm startup script won't start apache tomcat on ubuntu

I want to start my tomcat server automatically on startup. Therefore I retrieved a simple LSB conform script from the net and modified it to my needs. This is the script: # Provide logging functions ...
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Do some debian builds not have lsb_release?

A .deb package I am releasing expects that it can call lsb_release. One customer using Debian 6.0.5 indicated that the lsb_release command (even in the terminal) produces a command not found error. ...
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Debian - error while loading shared libraries

i have an problem with script DocToText from Silvercoders.com on my 64bit Debian Squeeze. It works properly on another 32bit machine, but on this i have still problem with some .so module. # file ...
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LSB Script: how do i know if something goes wrong?

How do I know if a LSB script fails to load or where do I check the log of the lsbs scripts? I added two scripts with the following command: update-rc.d scriptname defaults And just one launches ...
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How to check validity of LSB init scripts?

I'm wondering whether there's any way to check my LSB init scripts for validity? For example whether there are circular runtime dependencies that may prevent my system from shutting down or starting ...
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Workaround for starting zabbix agent on Ubuntu. update-rc.d LSB mismatch

I am trying to run the zabbix-agent (1.8.1) on boot on Ubuntu (lucid 10.04). Zabbix is installed just fine, and it manually starts just fine with /etc/init.d/zabbix-agent start However it doesn't ...
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Reorder the way in which scripts are run at startup

I just moved to debian squeeze and need to change the startup sequence of some scripts. I used to do this with update-rc.d service defaulta xx xx but now with the LSB way of doing things the ...
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Question regarding Linux LSB init script directives

I'm making some init scripts to start some system services that require other services to have started in order to start successfully. For instance, one service requires that xenstored be running ...
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Is LSB's init script function “start_daemon” really used for real daemons or should I stick to start-stop-daemon?

In the context of init scripts, according to the LSB specification, "Each conforming init script shall execute the commands in the file /lib/lsb/init-function", which then defines a couple of ...
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Launching a PHP daemon from an LSB init script w/ start-stop-daemon

I'm writing an lsb init script (admittedly something I've never done from scratch) that launches a php script that daemonizes itself. The php script starts off like so: #!/usr/bin/env php <?php ...
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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 ...
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Is there a good summary somewhere of what should go in each of the main folders in a linux install?

eg bin, sbin, proc, lib, boot, usr, etc... Is there a standard list somewhere, does it depend on the distro? This is essentially to answer the common question I have "I'm installing X or putting Y ...