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Setup and Init files for Linux Slackware

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What are the common setup and initialization files for Linux and their locations and functions

I am running Slackware and having problems getting things  running correctly
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/etc/inittab, etc/fstab, and files in the /etc/rc.d directory.
These are run at boot time.
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