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Apache mod_perl cannot locate startup script

Running Centos 6.6 with Apache 2.2.15 and mod_perl 2.0.4 I'm trying to add a startup script (startup.pl) but cannot seem to get mod_perl to find it. I've reduced the config down to the bare minimum ...
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Getting Xvfb to start upon booting system in Ubuntu Maverick

I'm trying to get Xvfb to run when the system starts up on Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick), but it's not working. In /etc/rc.local, I have the following: /root/start_xvfb.sh >> /var/log/start_xvfb....
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Execute script from rc.local as user instead of root

I want to execute a script every time my server start up. The problem is that I need to be a certain user to execute the script, if I try to do it as root it cant find certain packages (such as ruby). ...
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Create a directory under /var/run at boot

I had a daemon that needed its own dir in /var/run for its PID file with write permission granted to the daemon's user. I found I could create this dir with these commands: # mkdir /var/run/mydaemon ...
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Running Script on EC2 Boot

I want to mount my EBS volume and start up the Apache/MySQL servers on my EC2 machine, but I can't even get my script to run at startup. I've tried putting it in: /etc/init.d/ /etc/rc.d/rc5.d/ /...
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Group policy startup script needs elevated priviledges

I have a script that I want to run at startup but that requires elevated priviledges. Is there a way of doing this with Group Policy? I tried adding it in as a startup script using GPO but it doesn'...