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Solved: From upgrading si Operation sistem... from 15.04 version to 15.10 version stable of ubuntu... it overwrite all services os i have modified and up alll services pre required form software added... one of it is Lampp from Xamp stack...


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The easiest solution would be to call your script in /etc/rc.local. Regarding your question. Instead of: @reboot sh /home/pi/fullscreen.sh use: @reboot "sh /home/pi/fullscreen.sh" or @reboot /home/pi/fullscreen.sh


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For my autostart purposes I have a script in /etc/init/ It would looks like this: respawn respawn limit 10 5 oom never kill timeout 86400 #If it's given a stop order, this is how long it will take to stop. setuid <UID> setgid <GID> env DIR=/path/to/your/file/dir pre-start script # Start phd exec $DIR/filename.sh end script I'm sure ...


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One option is to write a slightly less complicated script and start it from /etc/rc.local: bash /home/username/minecraft.sh &> /dev/null & This is one option/alternate method if you cannot get the service to work.


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Assuming that you are using an upstart based ubuntu release, try: sudo update-rc.d minecraft enable Upstart logs are stored in /var/log/upstart/* you can check there if the above don't work.


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If you know the name of your network device, try ipconfig device up If you don't know the name of the device, try ifconfig and iwconfig and look for the device name. If you don't see the device name, or you don't know where to find it, update your original post with the output of the commands.


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From LXDE Lxsession: Each line in ~/.config/lxsession/LXDE/autostart represents a command to be executed. If a line starts with @, and the command following it crashes, the command is automatically re-executed.


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This can be done using VirtualBox Command Line Management Interface. Just run the following script at start up. #!/bin/bash VMUSER="vmuser" VMNAME="RedHatVM" #also you can put UUID in this variable (VMNAME="4ec6acc1-a232-566d-a040-6bc4aadc19a6") case "$1" in start) echo "===Starting VirtualBox VM===" sudo -H -u $VMUSER VBoxManage ...


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Create a script with the editor of your choice. For my example, let's call it btmap and place it in /home/username/scripts/ Of course you would change username in the path with your actual username. Put DISPLAY=":0" antimicro in the editor, save and close. Open a terminal in the scripts folder where the btmap file is. Type in chmod 755 btmap to make ...


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Instead of using /etc/rc.local for long-running services, create a systemd service. As an example, create /etc/systemd/system/foo.service, containing: [Unit] Description=Foo [Service] Type=simple ExecStart=/usr/bin/sleep 10 Restart=always [Install] WantedBy=default.target This creates a service that will restart the command when it dies. Replace ...



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