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I believe in sysV distro's such as mandrake and redhat you can do that by finding the rc.local file .. I believe its located in /etc/init.d/rc.local (you can also do a "locate rc.local" from a prompt omitting the quotes.. add the command you use to start it now as one line in the rc.local file .. each command you add is on a line by itself. Hope this helps! And I'll see if I can dig up any more info...

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