Re: Universal method to start a script at boot

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This is off-topic and I apologize. However, I think some here could answer
this.

> Is there a standard way to start a script or program at boot that will work
> on any Linux kernel/distro no matter which init system is being used or how it
> has been configured? Probably not, but I thought someone here could possibly
> answer this.

I'm off-list so if you have an answer, please cc me on replies.

Thanks,
Brad





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