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How to execute matlab code automatically when windows/Linux boots up?

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cui
cui on 19 Jul 2021
Answered: Smitesh Patil on 19 Jul 2021
So far I have only seen that the matlab software can be customized to execute automatically when the software is started, but how can the matlab code be executed automatically when windows/Linux is booted?
目前只看到了matlab软件启动时候可以自定义程序自动执行,但是怎样在windows/Linux开机启动时候就自动执行matlab代码呢?

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Smitesh Patil
Smitesh Patil on 19 Jul 2021
Since I am familiar with Linux, I can tell how it can be done in linux.
First, write a shell script to launch matlab with the desired script. Something like this,
#!/bin/bash
matlab -r "run('path/to/your/script.m');"
Then, there are multiple ways of launching a shell scripts on startup in linux, but the easiest would be to use a utility called 'cron' to do it. You can find more about how to install cron and set it up here

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