pcmanbob wrote: ↑
Wed Mar 28, 2018 7:44 pm
seeing as both cron and rc.local both run things in the back ground neither of them are the correct way to go about this.
you need to run your script after the desktop has started, so you need to put it in your desktop autostart file. That will run it when the desktop starts.
yes, @boot too early to start a terminal and anyhow that "screen terminals" would be owned by root??
yes "desktop autostart" i try that here, works good.
( if OP use the desktop version )
i was about to say to use the
but as screen is calling a new terminal , and that calls .bashrc and .....
that might have been a major f*ckup.