I have a script that I would like to run when my system starts. I have put it on "rc.local", but it doesn't work. How can I enable it to run on startup?
Can you run your script manually? If not, it's a problem with that script; otherwise look more at rc.local. (If that script needs to run as root, you need use sudo to manually run it.)
Make sure /etc/rc.local is executable and that the script it calls is also executable.
Make sure rc.local has a shebang line (which is the default):
In my case none of the instructions were a perfect solution. If you were as unlucky as me, try this detailed one
My bad. Just check one then. Thanks for the correction enzotib :)
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