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You cannot use ~/.bashrc to run a program at boot up. It is to configure bash and runs only with bash sessions and not at boot up of the RasPi. To have a service started on boot up you best use a systemd Unit file. Try it by creating a Unit file with: rpi ~$ sudo systemctl --force --full edit myprogram.service In the empty editor insert these statements, ...


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An alternative to systemd for starting a program at boot is cron. If you've not used cron to schedule jobs, you may find it easier than systemd. Here's how: Open the "scheduler" for cron - the crontab: $ crontab -e This will open your crontab in the editor you have chosen (nano is a good choice) Add the job to the crontab - add the following ...


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