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How do I make a executable java archive run automatically in Ubuntu 12.04 lts? i tried going to the start menu and then clicking on start up applications, but when I restarted my computer to see if it worked, I found that it didn't start the program automatically. if it helps, I want to run minecraft automatically on start up. Please help -dkino14

  • Tell us how would you open the program from the terminal. – edwin Aug 6 '13 at 22:00
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METHOD 1

sudo mv /minecraftstartscript.sh /etc/init.d/
sudo chmod +x /etc/init.d/minecraftstartscript.sh 
sudo update-rc.d minecraftstartscript.sh defaults 

From Dave at Stack Exchange I do not recommend this for loading minecraft at start. Please note that this creates something that can break your startup if applied inappropriately.

METHOD 2

My recommend method.

You should also look into the scripts that gnome (/home/{username}/.config/autostart) & X server runs to add your

/usr/bin/java /path/to/minecraft

command to.

  1. add the command to run Minecraft to somefilename.desktop as well as a method to verify the network has been properly loaded.
  2. move somefilename.desktop to /home/{username}/.config/autostart/
  3. Profit?

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