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Sudden new S11auditd in /etc/rc3.d

We have several machines running under Fedora 12. We have to deal with complete reinstallation quite often as our product comes with the whole distibution. I've noticed that sometimes soon after new ...
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runuser in rc.local

I have to setup port forwarding on system start and have this configured in my rc.local runuser -l phpAdmin -c 'ssh -f -N -L 9904:localhost:3306 phpAdmin@<server>' When rc.local is executed, ...
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Testing rc.d levels

I have a hierarchy of programs running which have a very specific start and stop order. I think I got the run levels set appropriately, but I'm having issues with some of them not working in the order ...
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SSH - set env vairables by every connection - godaddy shared host

My problem is, that I have to set env variables (like GIT_EXEC_PATH) on a server. I need that variables by every connection (so by bash and by remote commands either). I managed to set those variables ...
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Run non-interactive script in single user mode

Is it possible to run a "startup" script when booting into single user mode? I need to be able to boot into single user mode, run my script, then reboot into multiuser mode without any human ...
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rc scripts dependencies

On a Ubuntu 10.04.1 LTS server install certain services fail to start properly after a reboot. I have a couple of virtual interfaces defined on eth0: /etc/network/interfaces # This file describes ...
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How to start Apache server automatically?

I want to manually install Apache server. I've compiled it into: /server/apache http.conf configured correctly. It works. I can open up a browser and navigate to localhost and I can see "It ...
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Python program not being started by rc.d in FreeBSD 7.1

I have a python program which I wrote and would like to run on startup in FreeBSD 7.1. For my current installation, the script lives at /home/devuser/project/trunk/src/proj. At the beginning of my ...