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starting services in Linux at startup





mike_phi
Hi there alll, I am adding a few services and servers to my linux station,
at the momment i am starting these services manually by running the various services launch scripts.


I would like to automate these services to be started at startup f my linux sever, what i would like to know is what is the best method in getting these serviices started without messing up my linux orionional startup.

eg of a service I would like to start up automatically would be

Apache web server
VNC
Mysql

so please fill me in on your recomendations.

Cheers
djclue917
What distro are you using?
mike_phi
Well at the momment I am testing the configuration on Red Hat, but I think I will switch to Fedora.

cheers Mic
WickedGravity
Just about any Linux distro you put Apache/MySQL on will autostart them as default, or at least that has been my experience.
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