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How can I start SpiderOak automatically on a headless server?

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http://askubuntu.com – I use SpiderOak for online backup and file synchronisation (a la Dropbox.) I'm running it on my headless server via the SpiderOak --headless command. At the moment, I have to start this manually inside a screen session to keep it running. This means I have to remember to start my backup software each time I restart the server (not ideal.) How can I start SpiderOak automatically with the rest of the system processes? (For extra points, how can I monitor it to make sure it stays alive?) I've tried adding a spideroak.conf file to the Upstart services in /etc/init as shown below, but it fails t (HowTos)