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5answers
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Standard or best way to keep alive process started by init.d

I'm looking for a standard way or best practice to keep a daemon started by an init.d shell script alive. Or even better, is there a way to keep it alive directly from /etc/init.d? Specifically, I ...
0
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2answers
47 views

Run at Debian startup [closed]

I want to launch a shell script every time Debian starts. It should start an application, amongst other things. Where can I add this information?
0
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5answers
216 views

Debian Linux Server not Starting

My computer is running Debian Linux and is having a problem starting up. After I select the OS from the GRUB bootloader, I see messages for the drivers being loaded then I get a completely pixelated ...
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4answers
1k views

sshd wont start at boot

I just installed Debian 6, after reboot sshd stopped responding. I put the default config file but it not help. In the logs (/var/log/auth,syslog) no errors. I think the problem is that sshd not ...
0
votes
2answers
140 views

Correct way to treat iptables init failure?

I'm initializing my iptables rules via /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/iptables, using iptables-restore. This works fine, but I'm a bit worried about what would happen, if that script failed for some reason ...
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7answers
21k views

Disable a service from starting at all runlevels?

I have a service foo which currently starts at runlevel 3 and above. How can I stop it from doing so, without using update-rc.d foo stop 3 ., which (if I understand it correctly) would turn off the ...
1
vote
3answers
382 views

How to start a linux distribution and hide the starting notice?

For some usrs, i'm installing a Debian 5.0 on their laptops. And when the system starts, they are scared of all the 'hacking-like' codes that the system notices. It is useful for me, but not for ...