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PPM Startup

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We are trying to see if we can get PPM to "auto-start" after a server re-boots.  Ideally this would be placed in a start-up script for a Linux server running RedHat version 5 with update 10.  Can anyone tell me if this is possble?  If there is anyone with a script that does this, maybe an example?  Thanks.

 

Max

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Hi Max,

 

These links might help you,

 

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-general-1/how-do-i-automatically-start-a-program-at-start-up-102154/
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/start-services-at-startup-automatically-261367/

 

Best regards,
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Thanks Randall.  Let me re-state my question though.  The re-start needs to be accomplished by the "ppmuser" account after it is logged in with the correct password.  I cannot script the password since this is a Government system.  How can I be logged in and THEN run the autostart script?

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