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How can i run shell script at boot (start up)

How can i run shell script every time my system boot ( start up ) in linux (RHEL 5)?
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apache2 not starting at boot. Even if set up in runlevels

On my Ubuntu 10.04.4 server apache2 2.2.14 is installed. A few months ago starting apache2 at boot worked fine. Now I've found out that after a reboot apache2 doesn't start automatically anymore. ...
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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 ...
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How do I get apache to startup at bootime on Linux

I have installed apache2 from source on my Linux box. apachectl -k start works just fine, but how do I get apache to start at boot time? This is on a redhat distribution: Linux <hostname> ...
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Domain login very slow 10+ minutes

We are racking our brains trying to figure this problem out an are currently stuck! Basically we are having issues with some users taking ages to log in in the mornings, some times up to 20 minutes, ...
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Tomcat won't start - how to check that port 8080 is not in use

Tomcat won't start, and it has worked perfectly before. I suspect something else is running on port 8080. I am running Windows Vista. How do I check that nothing else is using port 8080. I have ...
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Configuring Windows Server 2003 to start the administrator account even with no session?

I need the administrator account on a 2003 machine to start without a password, or even a session. That is, once the machine is powered on, it should boot into the administrator account and run ...
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Getting shell script to run as a daemon on CentOS?

EDIT: For some reason half of my post got truncated, not sure what happened. I will update soon and will post that it is updated here at the top. EDIT: I have updated the post again, sorry for the ...
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Ubuntu/Linux: how are startup parameters typically defined for startup scripts (sysvinit)?

I'm curious as to what's the standard method of telling a startup script to execute with certain parameters. For instance with MySQL, there's my.cnf, and from what I can tell, the startup parameters ...
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How do you start ColdFusion MX 7?

I'm running it on a Windows 2003 machine. I can start it from the C:\CFusionMX7\bin\cfstart.bat, but when I close the command prompt window, it shuts down again. Is there another method for starting ...
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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 ...