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i have compile the kernel. During boot up i need to start an application which i had devoloped. How can i do that?...
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    start application during boot


    i have compile the kernel. During boot up i need to start an application which i had devoloped. How can i do that?

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    Which Linux distro/version are you using?
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    CentOS5 and QT 3.1.2...

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    This is a howto for Redhat EL4, which should be very similar to CentOS.
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    thank you for that.. My requirement is ..when i switch on the PC..insted of showing the login screen...an application devoloped my me must be shown...i know it is possible but how?

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    just execute ur program on

    /erc/rc.local #script

    this will be displayed during booting messages

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    thank you ashok it was a useful.

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