How to Run Scripts on Boot in Linux Using Systemdby@zt4ff
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How to Run Scripts on Boot in Linux Using Systemd

April 29th 2022
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In this article, we will configure our Linux computer to autorun a script on boot. For the purpose of this article, we will be making use of `systemd` services. The main command used to introspect and control the system is `systemctl` It provides a system and a service manager that runs as PID and starts the rest of the system.

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