Execute a Script at Startup and Shutdown on Ubuntu Latest update on July 7, 2020 at 12:21 PM by David Webb. When using Ubuntu, user-defined tasks can be performed by executing a script at startup and shutdown. Each of these scripts is a little particular and requires subtle modifications in order to include additional commands.
Oct 30, 2017 · Domino on Linux Start Script 3.1.3 with changed way to request it Daniel Nashed October 30 2017 05:43:05 AM Just updated the start script to a new version with some minor changes. There was one issue with systemd on shutdown and I made a change in the way config files are used.
Afterwards you can run "service nrpe stop, start, restart" commands. This has been tested with Fedora Core & This script assumes that the nrpe executable is located under "/usr/sbin" and the config file (nrpe.cfg) is located under "/etc".
Bash scripting can help you automate routine tasks and save valuable time, whether you're a Linux user, sys admin, or software developer. Kevin Dankwardt has written thousands of bash scripts,...
Linux inittab soon became mostly standardized, though with some confusion of /etc/init.d vs. /etc/rc.d/init.d and Red Hat's use of "chkconfig" (or the GUI "ntsysv" or "serviceconf" ) to control the startup scripts. With any Unix or Linux system that uses inittab, you simply need to start with /etc/inittab and follow the trail from there.
(1) Software components Involved in Embedded Linux Boot Process (a) Bootloader (b) kernel Image (c) root file system - either an initrd image or a NFS location (2) Steps during Booting process of a conventional PC (a) System Startup - PC-BIOS/BootMonitor (b) Stage1 bootloader - MBR (c) stage2 bootloader - LILO,GRUB etc (d) kernel - Linux
Startup and Shutdown Scripts. As covered in the section on starting up, when Linux enters a given runlevel, the init process executes the scripts found in /etc/rc#.d. Scripts within this directory starting with a K are kill scripts and are run first. They stop processes that should not be running at the given runlevel.
I explored many solutions : Launching my script from /etc/rc.local Launching my script as a Linux service Launching my script with crontab -e Launching my script after X started (in /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc) It does just not work. When, in my script, I put some basic commands like creating a file or something, it works.