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how can i run  /usr/share/public/license/vcfolic.sh
every time when I start machine

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there is a similar question at

http://experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Linux/Q_20953160.html

basically you can put your command in the file

/etc/rc.d/rc.local  ( you would need root access )


/abhijit/



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by:sciuriware
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You should question yourself if you want to run the program at boot time
or when you (or somebody else) login.

;JOOP!
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by:mac_
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Or in usermode :

man 5 crontab and look for @reboot. (works in any recent and decent distribution of Linux)
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I want to run the program at boot time sir
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So, you've got your answer.


;JOOP!
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