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    Re: How do we launch a program at startup

    I got it to work


    I added my script to the end of ~/.bashrc and it executed it and printed on the terminal


    i.e.


    to /home/ubuntu/.bashrc I added at the end
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    Re: How do we launch a program at startup

    I need to do two things. Display the data on the linux crt and log the data to disk. I have software that does this when I load and run it on the linux crt. The os is a ubuntu server so there is no...
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    Re: How do we launch a program at startup

    rebooted daemons
    enabled and started serial-term.service
    looked at status and got
    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo systemctl status serial-term.service
    ● serial-term.service - Serial-Terminal
    Loaded:...
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    Re: How do we launch a program at startup

    did it your way and got the following:


    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo systemctl daemon-reload
    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo systemctl enable serial-term.service
    Created symlink...
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    Re: How do we launch a program at startup

    changed it to your way. did a sudo reboot on the raspberry pi and nothing came out even though the hardware before the rpi indicated data was being sent to it.
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    How do we launch a program at startup

    I am running server 21.04 on a raspberry pi. I need to run a script at powerup. The machine now does a autologin but I am unable to get @reboot sh ~/rpi/startrpi.sh to run. I need a program to run...
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