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How do you start a daemon automatically on reboot for MAC systems?
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System Preferences>Login Items. Add whatever you like to the list. If its a command line app you can create a script via the terminal, then tell the Login Items control panel to launch the script.
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for what OS? OSX, no clue.
OS9 and down, make an alias, drop it in the folder "Startup Items" in your System folder
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