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Starting command on boot with correct user env vars

I am attempting to create a start-up script that will run this command on boot for my ubuntu 12.04 server: bundle exec thin -R config.ru start -p 3030 When I run it as a regular user it works just ...
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Thin processes not starting after reboot on Ubuntu 12.04

Well, I'm running Ubuntu 12.04.2 and I have Thin installed by gem install thin sudo thin install sudo /usr/sbin/update-rc.d -f thin defaults and I have my configs at /etc/thin. But after system ...
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How to restart RoR services after server has been rebooted

Update I have been searching around to see what services would possibly need to be restarted in my project after reboot. One of them was thinking sphinx, which I finally got to the point where it ...
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Thin configuration doesn't start on boot, but they do on manual start [closed]

I have some thin config files (generated with sudo thin install) which are slightly modified (only paths where they're located). I can start them just fine with /etc/init.d/thin start, but if the ...
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How can I run my Thin server as a different user on Ubuntu?

I run an Ubuntu 10.04 VPS which hosts 2 Thin processes running Ruby On Rails behind Nginx. I control the Thin processes via a /etc/init.d startup script as a regular user. In my Thin config file I ...
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Setting up Thin, Bundler and Ubuntu

I have a very simple Ruby application which uses Thin and Bundler that I need to stick on an Ubuntu box. I've got as far as getting Ruby, bundler etc installed on the server, but am having trouble ...
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What do these Thin cache log entries mean?

I recently released a Rails 3.1 upgrade of my webapp. I power this app on an Unbuntu 10.04 VPS with Thin on the backend, Nginx on the front. To make my app work with the new Rails asset pipeline I ...