Any way to create two terminal emulator Ubuntu with the script

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Hello, I have two scripts I need to run up when I started up my Ubuntu machine.

Is there any way to create two terminal emulator Ubuntu with the script?

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Any way to create two terminal emulator Ubuntu with the script

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Hello,

It is very much possible to open two emulators, Same time on your Ubuntu OS machine. There are quite a few feature full emulators available on the internet, Here is the few Terminal Emulators Terminator – Its good if you want to see all the process at the same time.

Best in class, Guake – Its a less configurable, Have some advanced features, Now I am sending a link where you can get more information and how to download

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Any way to create two terminal emulator Ubuntu with the script

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you can use Init scripts which are the scripts that are in /etc/init.d. All the scripts in the init script will run at the boot up sequence. During boot, they are not called directly, but through a structure of symbolic links which manage the services which are to be started in a particular runlevel. The scripts which are symlinked from /etc/rcS.d are executed first. Then the scripts in /etc/rcN.d/ are executed, with N being the chosen runlevel (default 2).

The LSB specifies some scripts that are used for displaying the output of the initscripts. For more information on LSb look into /lib/lsb/init-functions in the Ubuntu forum.

Alternatively, you could follow the instructions given below

To install your own script, copy it to /etc/init.d, and make it executable, run the commands below in the terminal

    sudo cp myscript /etc/init.d
    sudo chmod +x /etc/init.d/myscript

To make the script run with the start argument at the end of the start sequence, and run with the stop argument at the beginning of the shutdown sequence:

    sudo update-rc.d myscript defaults 98 02

98 and 02 are the start and stop sequence which decide how early and late a service is started and killed.

These numbers lies between 00 and 99.

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