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How to Auto Execute Linux Startup Scripts and Commands
Linux startup scripts are tools or programs that are run by the kernel each time your system restarts. Users can leverage various Linux startup commands to configure programs or run certain tasks once the system has booted. Luckily, there are several ways to auto-execute startup scripts in Linux. In this guide, we will show you some simple but useful ways to tackle this. You should be able to set up personalized startup jobs once you have gone through this guide. So, stay with us and check out the following methods of executing auto startup scripts.

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