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Getting a program to run at boot time under linux.

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Hello my question is pretty short, but I am guessing the answer is not:

How do a get a program (any program) to run at boot time on my linux box?

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You can put the command to run it in rc.local. Depending on your distro, this file may be in /etc, /etc/rc.d or maybe elsewhere. To find out where it is on your system, type:
  locate rc.local

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