I want to make a python program run on startup and stay running in the backgorund in a manner that would allow me to access it at any time? I found some articles on how to make it run in the ...
Well, I do know that for a single script the question is to just put the corresponding file in directory /etc/rc.local, right? But, what if this script depends on other files (i.e. a few scripts and a ...
I would like to run the python script, when I startup the Linux machine. How can I do so? I don't need the user to login the OS to start the script. (The user is password protected.)
What's the standard way of adding a python script to Ubuntu startup?
I have created a script with python that basically ping all servers found in my lists. I need this script to be run on startup with sudo permission. So the question is, How do you run the script on ...
I want to run /home/myuser/go.py How do I make that run in the background, everytime my linux machine boots up?