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Configuring Service to Start on Boot. Once you are satisfied with the script and ensure it works, next you want to configure that so it trigger on boot and start. Go to /etc/systemd/system and execute below enable command (don’t forget to change the .service file name with the one you have) # systemctl enable chat_server.service How To Configure a Linux Service to Start Automatically Aug 19, 2015 How can I configure a service to run at startup - Ask Ubuntu
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When Linux boots up, the first process that runs is called init. From there, init takes the task of starting up system processes.