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Problems with (local) mount at boot (sysvinit)

During boot, some/many mount points in /etc/fstab are not mounted. The /etc/mtab file contains these mount points - my understanding is that the system believes the filesystems are already mounted. ...
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shutdown: /run/initctl: No such file or directory

I updated my server to Debian wheezy and played around with it. After a while I wanted to restart and encountered the error shutdown: /run/initctl: No such file or directory I searched on the web ...
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sysvinit postfix startup script - only called with “status” argument

I'm having a problem with postfix not starting up on boot. boot.log doesn't show any information whatsoever. Starting the postfix service afterwards works as expected. I added debug information to ...
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Running a command at startup

How would I go about running a command at startup in ArchLinux using Systemd like rc.local in Sysv?
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How to re-enable sysvinit on Debian

So we had a couple of Arch guys hack a Debian install up for an embedded system (that is no longer so embedded) and they disabled Sysvinit in favour of using multiple linked /etc/rc.* files. ...
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Run Jar file on Ubuntu at system startup

I'm trying to get a .jar file to run at startup on an Ubuntu machine, but I'm not getting anywhere. I've tried the instructions here ...
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I have a SysV init script on Fedora 18. How can I make it start after the network is ready?

I have a SysV init script on Fedora 18. Fedora 18 uses systemd (and apparently, there is no way to switch back to SysV). My script requires the network to be ready. <edit> That is, I must ...
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Bash script to wait for Virtualbox VM shutdown?

Virtualbox has the ability to issue a command to a running vm: vboxmanage controlvm NameOfRunningVM acpipowerbutton However this command returns immediately which results in non-graceful shutdown ...