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How can I add some services to be started automatically when the machine is started.
Please give me a hint.
Thank you very much all experts.
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You can create a startup script and put it in /etc/rc#.d (eg /etc/rc2.d) and name the scipt
start with an upper case S, eg S99myscript).

have a look at :
http://www.comptechdoc.org/os/linux/startupman/index.html

To learn more details
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also have a look at the answer in :
http:Q_20994733.html
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Thanks, yuzh
:-)
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