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Good that you already solved the part of switching from Windows to Linux. The other direction is not that hard: There is the command grub-reboot that does just what you need - see below for detais: If your grub menu entry for the system you want to boot is "Windows", you would just do: $ grub-reboot Windows If you configure the hardware to boot after ...


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Couldn't you simply run it in the background, inside a while loop: while true do [command] sleep [number of seconds] done So the construction would be: Add a line in /etc/rc.local to call your script (your ShellScript.sh) + "&" to make it exit Run the commands you want the ShellScript.sh to execute in a while loop (inside Shellscript.sh): ...


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If you run Startup Disk Creator, you'll notice that it does three (four) things: Format the drive Copy over the data from the ISO to the drive (Add an extra casper1 file for persistence, if selected. dd does not give you persistence.) Install a bootloader It is not a GUI for dd (there are GUIs for dd, but SDC is not one of those). You can think of it as ...



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