What is the /etc/.startup file used for?

Tim Rohaly

The /etc/.startup file contains instructions for the slush command shell which are read at boot time. The default contents of this file are as follows:

########
#Autogen'd slush startup file
setenv FTPServer enable
setenv TelnetServer enable
setenv SerialServer enable
##
#Add user calls to setenv here:
##
initializeNetwork
########
#Add other user additions here:
The most important use of this file is to launch your own program automatically upon boot. Add your slush commands to the end of this file, for example java MyProgram.tini &, and they will be executed upon boot.

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