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Actually i want to run my shell script at every time when a user login as well as at boot. i have tried using using crontab but it runs only at boot not at every login.so please tell me how to do this.

#crontab -e
@reboot  /home/user/test.sh
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You can add your script in ~/.bash_profile where ~ represents the homedir of the user for which running the script is intended.

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    That will work, as long as users don't change their shell, and/or don't edit their personal .bash_profiles. Better would be in in the system default /etc/profile or better still in an include such as /etc/profile.d/local.sh
    – HBruijn
    Commented Jun 7, 2016 at 11:24

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