Understanding Systemd and How to Use It: Part 1

Systemd has gradually made a name for itself in the Linux world and is or will eventually be the default service management system for a number of major Linux distributions. Those accustomed to the old init systems will not find Systemd to be horribly complex, but it does feature some significantly different approaches to service […]

3 Ways to Configure Services to Start at Boot in CentOS: Part 1

On Linux dedicated servers, you can configure services or daemons to start at boot. This means that the programs will start running as soon as your server starts and, ideally, continue to do so as long as the server remains operational. We will look at three distinct ways to configure boot-time services: from the command […]

How to Autostart Services In Red Hat, CentOS, and Fedora

On a Linux dedicated server, certain applications can run as daemons. These are programs that begin running when the server boots and remain in the memory for the duration of the server’s uptime. Normally, when you install one of these programs, the system will automatically add them to the appropriate directories, such as “/etc/rc.d/init.d”.
There are […]