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I just installed preload. I found, that sudo /etc/init.d/preload start command is starting it - I need to do it after every boot up? Maybe it's starting automatically? If not - how can I set it to do it?

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    it will start on every boot ... – Qasim May 5 '13 at 10:29
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Preload starts up automatically when you turn on your computer.

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The correct way to install preload:

sudo apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade
sudo apt-get install preload

Yup, preload will start by itself when you boot your ubuntu system. You can use top command to check if it's running

top

You should see preload running.

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