Load .sh file on Linux Ubuntu startup
I wanted to do this a long time ago, but I guess I just forgot. But now when it's 6 AM and I have to wait until my server will reboot - Well, kind of annoying....
So. I have a .sh file, which contains Shell commands. I basically created one, so when server starts up, I wouldn't have to type all commands my self, but just type ./startup.sh and everything would ok.
So. I'm accessing my server ( Ubuntu 6.10 ) through PuTTy, and I Was wondering - if there is a chance, to add the startup.sh file to Autostart.