How to start Applications Manager when Linux Boots
You can start Applications Manager when Linux boots by making the following changes:
1. Add the following line as the first line in startApplicationsManager.sh file:
Eg. cd /advent/Aug2/AppManager15/
2. Add the following in the rc.local file present in the /etc directory:
su -c “nohup sh <APPMANAGER-INSTALLEDDIRECTORY>/AppManager6/startApplicationsManager.sh & ” <User in which Applications manager is installed>
Eg. su -c “nohup sh /advent/Aug2/AppManager15/startApplicationsManager.sh &” susan
Once you make the above changes, Applications Manager will start automatically whenever you restart your Linux machine.
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