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I've got an app installed on my CentOS server. In order to run it I have to run these two commands.

[myserver local]# cd /usr/local
[myserver local]# #ppbed start

Can anyone explain to me how I can get this app ppbed to start at boot time?

I should note that ppbed is also located in my /etc/init.d/ folder, but it's not executing.

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Even though you've already got your script in the /etc/init.d/ folder, you still have to add it to the chkconfig.

This is how I did it

[myserver local]# chkconfig --level 345 ppbed on

That's it. Now it runs on startup.

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