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Set Atmos CCModule to start automatically on system boot

  1. Download the file, by clicking here.
  2. Edit the file to reflect the name and location of your CCModule.
  3. Copy the  to “/etc/init.d”
  4. With root priviledges add execution capability to “ccinitd”

    chmod 755 /etc/init.d/

  5. Attempt to run the script

    service start

  6. With root priviledges create the “rc” symbolic links

    update-rc.d defaults

    Note: If you receive an error similar to “/etc/init.d/ line 28: /lib/lsb/init-functions: No such file or directory” you may need to install the libraries, similar to the following in CentOS

    yum install '/lib/lsb/init-functions'

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