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Open up the file /etc/rc.d/rc.S and add this at the bottom of the file
if [ -x /sbin/bootlogd ]; then
echo 'Starting bootlogd'
echo 'Bootlogd started (this is the first boot message that appears in /var/log/boot).'
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