You can make one autostartup script for ubuntu(debian) easily, and put commands to be started up automatically at boot. Here’s what you have to do:

sudo nano /etc/init.d/local.startup

You can name the new file whatever you want, but in this example i haveused local.startup. Type

#!/bin/sh

on the first line of the file.
Now type your command(s) underneath, one after the other. Now save and close and make the file executable with

sudo chmod +x /etc/init.d/local.startup

Make the file to be recognized as an init script:

sudo update-rc.d local.startup defaults 80

Now when you restart you will have the commands in the file auto started.

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