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Starting Applications At Boot with Debian

Starting applications when you’re Debian server reboots is easy. For this example, we’re going to start on boot an application called ‘laser.’ More here

There are two steps to get this to work. First create a start-up script called laser and put it in the directory /etc/init.d and then use Debian’s ‘update-rc.d’ tool to tell the server to fire up ‘laser’ at boot.

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