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I have these two commands that I need to manually run every time after login:
autossh -M 2000 -N -f -q -D 127.0.0.1:7070 firstname.lastname@example.org
sudo mkdir /media/C sudo mount /dev/sda2 /media/C
I'd like to make them automatically run every time I boot and login to my computer. I'm currently using 10.04LTS.
BTW, I only vaguely know what
runlevel mean. But I still prefer to know a command-line based way to achieve this, not a fancy GUI way. Also, the
autossh will only succeed after Ubuntu automatically detect and connect to my network, so should we let it retry infinitely until successfully executed?