You can switch from one runlevel to another using the telinit command.

Clicking OK to continue will present you with a summary of what you are about to add, click OK on that window to complete the process. Starting Applications at boot in Linux is fairly easy to do but the methods change depending on the distro and desktop environment you’re using. Thanks –Mitch♦ Sep 25 '14 at 13:02 add a comment| up vote 4 down vote You can use GNOME Startup Application. LXDE via Lubuntu LXDE’s solution to auto-starting applications is somewhat hidden inside of another tool, LXSession settings.

Turning Your Software Into a SubsystemYour Software's files will spread across the filesystems, but you'll want to provide a simple and consistent interface to let the user at least start

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