Currently i have a LiveUSB with Ubuntu 14.04 Installed and trying to add sudo mount -o remount,rw /cdrom to init script so my read-only part of LiveUSB can be remounted as read-write partition. what ...
I am trying to install an init.d script, to run celery for scheduling tasks. Here is the steps I followed: copied the file celeryd and pasted it in folder /etc/init.d/ created a configuration file ...
I'm using Upstart 1.5 in Ubuntu 12.04 to manage a process created by some user but needs to be managed as system job as starting on boot, respawning if it fails and we been able to start/stop it at ...
I've been reading about runlevels and startup scripts lately, and I've learnt that runlevels 2 to 5 are the same in Ubuntu, and that Ubuntu's default runlevel is 2. What I want to do I want to ...
Below is my /etc/init.d/jboss script. It requires a symlink under an encrypted home directory to exist in order to start. (JBOSS_HOME points there) In /var/log/boot.log it says standalone.sh not ...
Inspired by the "How fast" video, I've recently been trying to speed up my boot up as much as possible. I've been reading many forums on different approaches but I've recently hit a wall with a ...
I need to run an application automatically when Ubuntu starts. I've got this app running without opening the terminal. However, this application displays some information in a terminal window and, ...
What script/init process/whatever is responsible for reading fstab and calling mount, during the boot process?
I have done a script to start transmission-daemon as a normal user: start on filesystem stop on runlevel [!2345] respawn respawn limit 10 5 pre-start script test -x /usr/bin/transmission-daemon ...
Ubuntu 10.04 I have created this upstart script (/etc/init/pure-ftpd.conf): # pure-ftpd - FTP server description "Pure-FTPd server" start on filesystem stop on runlevel S respawn respawn limit ...