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07 June 2008
To set a service to automatically start at boot time on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (or CentOS) use the following command:
/sbin/chkconfig --level <level> <service> on <level> is the runlevel, use 3 as it's the 'Full multi-user text mode' runlevel on Red Hat EL/CentOS. <service> is the name of service, i.e. the script in /etc/init.d/
Or you can use the ncurses-based /sbin/ntsysv utility.