Set the startup script on Linux (RasPi, Edison)

I wanted Node.js to start automatically when Edison started.

Startup script settings

Create a startup script unit

First, create a configuration file

$ vi /etc/systemd/system/hoge.service 

Script setting example (for Node.js)

Contents of the configuration file

Description=Node.js Hoge-Server

ExecStart=/usr/bin/node app.js


Start the script

$ systemctl start hoge.service

Stop the script

$ systemctl stop hoge.service

View log

$ systemctl status hoge.service

Enable startup script

Automatically start when the OS starts

$ systemctl enable hoge.service

Disable startup script

Do not start automatically when the OS starts

$ systemctl disable hoge.service

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