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How to add services at boot up on a Linux/Centos

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I am used to traditional update-rc.d et all.

Now I wonder how to add a a script that used to called by init.d (with start/sop ..) to the new "service start xx" regime.

All the tutorials I found talk about how to use update-rc.d..

posted Mar 24, 2015 by anonymous

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