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Re: How to have a terminal command execute on startup.
« Reply #3 on: May 31, 2020, 11:25:35 PM »
 

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Hi everyone, I'm trying to make a dynamic update client (it updates my IP on noip.com) run by default on startup of the computer. It's a command line based client. I have to execute the client by hand from a terminal each time.
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Read the README file in the no-ip-2.1.9 folder for instructions on how to make the client run at startup. This varies depending on what Linux distribution you are running.
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Re: How to have a terminal command execute on startup.
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How to have a terminal command execute on startup.
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Hi everyone, I'm trying to make a dynamic update client (it updates my IP on noip.com) run by default on startup of the computer. It's a command line based client. I have to execute the client by hand from a terminal each time.
Thanks

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