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I would like to make this as userfriendly as possible, so my MONO application is going to be a fullscreen application that runs automatically when the OS and startx is done loading.

How do I run a MONO.exe on startup?

  • have you written the application already? – abolotnov Feb 24 '13 at 7:22
  • but ofcause - no I have written a simple Monotest.exe that I will see if I can run on boot, because this would open up a lot of possibilities for me regarding development and usage. – BerggreenDK Feb 25 '13 at 21:30
  • @abolotnov - I dont expect it to take me long to write the first "fullscreen" application, once I figure out where to put the bootstrap. – BerggreenDK Feb 25 '13 at 21:31
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Also you can add a line to ~/.xinitrc

mono programName parameters_if_any

this will get executed eacht time startx is called.

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I believe I have found the correct answer now.

You can use something called "mono-service" to run programs in the background or you can place the program in the boot scripts.

All you need is to call the program with either mono-service [program path and name] or mono [program path and name]

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You can use "mono-service" to run programs in the background.

You can run your compiled code like so:

mono-service /home/pi/Desktop/StartBrowser.exe

By default, this creates a lockfile in /tmp. You can change this by using the -l: option. In this way your service is running in the background

  • okay, that sounds cool too, gotta try that at some point. Thanks – BerggreenDK Aug 25 '17 at 19:42

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