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Run a script at startup on Linux

If you need to run few commands or a script at boot, just for one time to set some settings or to mount few folders or to set iptables rules or set processor power saving and settings ..etc, you can do so using crontab.

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Force power off the monitor on Linux

If you run a computer or a laptop remotely, you may need to shutdown its monitor, so that if you connect to it using VNC, the mouse and keyboard do not result in the screen automatically reopening and showing everything done on that computer.

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Save iptables settings to be persistent on reboot

Save iptables settings to be persistent on reboot

By default, any modification to the iptables rules are not automatically automatically saved, this is how to change that.
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