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Re: Service to run user-owned init scripts at boot time?



freeslkr wrote:
> cron will work for you. See the man pages for crontab(1),
> crontab(5), and cron(8). Each user can run `crontab -e` to setup
> their crontab and add a line such as:
>
>  @reboot  $HOME/bin/script_to_run_at_boot

Ha!  That'll be one of the nice things I learned today.  Thanks!

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