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init.d screen startup script quits on launch

I am having some problems with my /etc/init.d script. I previously set up the system so that the init.d script will just launch my python program in the background with python main.py &, however I ...
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Delay WiFi Networking Auto-Connect until after X and other applications are started

I've been profiling my boot times with bootchart and it seems that wpa_supplicant and dhcp take a significant amount of time during the boot process to get up and running and associate with my home ...
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How do I run a script (that needs WIFI) on shutdown before WIFI is down

I have a script on the PI to shutdown my NAS "shutdown_nas.sh". I have created that script in /etc/init.d according to the instructions in /etc/init.d/README It is symlinked in ...
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Redirecting stdout and stderr to UART

I am building my own cross-linux-from-scratch (CLFS) system for Raspberry Pi. I already build whole system, I prepared SD card and now I try to boot. I am redirecting all kernel output to serial ...
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Using init.d script to start my python program on startup

I have a python script that I would like to be run at startup. I have made a init.d script as follows: #! /bin/sh case "$1" in start) echo "starting pitracker" su 'pi' -c 'python3 ...
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Run python-flask server from daemon

I have a python script that uses Flask to run a web server on my Raspberry Pi. This script is working just fine when run from the command line directly but I would love for it to start in the ...
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Shairport 1.0-dev startpar issue

I've just tried setting up shairport 1.0-dev on the raspberry pi running Raspbian “wheezy” and it works fine when started manually (music plays and is discoverable). I then tried to make it start on ...
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SMSC95XX Ethernet Load Time

So I have a custom minimal kernel I have created which boots fine on the RPI. I'm using busybox for my init process. However I am having some trouble with the ethernet port. (This is on the model B ...
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Oops I need runlevel 1

So I have a bug in a script in my init.d directory and bottom line...I can't completely boot the pi. How can I boot into runlevel 1 (single user mode) so I can fix the bug?
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Init after everything is up?

I have a service I start/stop on boot/shutdown which I'm using to help me keep track of what I'm doing while experimenting with distributions on my RPi and swapping SD cards all the time. The problem ...