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So, I was trying to make my Java app to run at startup, and I added it to /etc/rc.local. The problem is that the app runs continuously and now the system start just hangs on there. Is there any way to recover from that or did I completely mess it up?

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You need to put & after the command. For example, java -jar myapp.jar &

The & detaches the program from the terminal, allowing it to run in the background.


As for recovering from it, try editing it from recovery mode. If that doesn't work, you can use a live USB drive to edit it.

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