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Running Commands at Startup in Debian and Ubuntu – The Simplest Approach

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http://linux.bihlman.com – Running Commands at Startup in Debian and Ubuntu – The Simplest Approach By Austin White Running custom scripts on startup is a common operation in the Linux community. In my case, when the machine hosting my website needs to be rebooted or even crashes, it is critical that the backend processes that the website depends on start correctly. For other Linux or BSD users, it can be useful to start up useful background processes, perhaps servers for accessing your machine remotely. The Classic Method (General)