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Will GRUB2 can execute a script at system boot?

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No, the function of GRUB is to load the operating system. You can start your boot-time scripts from rc.local (usually somewhere under /etc/rc.d)
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Earliest chance to execute anything is rc.sysinit script.
Normally one will add a service with chkconfig (with headers mimicking scripts in /etc/init.d)
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