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    Exclamation how system check halt command in booting up

    hello
    in /var/log/messages system logged that when booted up it checked halt command . i know that if run halt , system will down .
    how system check halt command ?
    Thanks.
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    any body ?
    no idea ?

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    Default I have no idea about this.

    Quote Originally Posted by mhch View Post
    hello
    in /var/log/messages system logged that when booted up it checked halt command . i know that if run halt , system will down .
    how system check halt command ?
    Thanks.
    You mean after the system boot up, the system will check if the half application is exesits on your system?
    I have no idea about this.

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