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Disable Raspi-Config

I am able to view the output of the boot sequence of the RPi, however, I have no USB keyboard and so cannot get past the raspi-config screen. I also do not have a router, I have only a link-local ...
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How to run the NTP daemon automatically?

On my RaspBMC, the time drifts pretty much (more than a day in one month). So I started to use NTP, but have problems running it. I called sudo update-rc.d ntp enable, I also added DAEMONS=(!hwclock ...
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How can I get my init.d script to be the last startup item on runlevel 4?

After reading a lot of other questions regarding kiosk mode, I'm using matchbox window manager to launch chromium on my pi that is booting raspbian. I'm started using an older script that was ...
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Access denied when starting systemd service

Noob question, but hopefully someone can help me out here. I'm transitioning from init.d to systemd on my RPi running Linux, as I'm told it would cut my boot time in half. My init script requires ...
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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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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 ...