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jturmel on 07/13/09


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Use an init.d script to start a binary on system boot


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You must have already setup your /etc/init.d/some_binary file and it should have the chkconfig line in it that specifies the on/off run levels and start/stop priorities.

  1. chkconfig some_binary --add
  2. chkconfig some_binary on

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