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comment auto start user(not root user) process on fedora boot
@stone: Fedora 18 says systemctl: command not found. Have I forgot something to install so that systemctl command can be found.
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comment auto start user(not root user) process on fedora boot
@lain: I have added reboot <username> <command> to crontab file but after reboot it didn't start the process. reboot has at sign infront of it.
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@stone: Do I need to make separate service file for four users?
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@lain: What should I replace reboot with? Is reboot some kind of special variable that crontab recognize?
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comment auto start user(not root user) process on fedora boot
All I want is that the process must be started whenever the server boots. Will it be possible with your answer?
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