So I want to start openframe on boot. I’ve tried lots of manual methods like changing crontab, copying autoboot.sh to /etc/init.d and updating the init daemon.
And added autoboot.sh as the last line of .bashrc the first two don’t do anything. Modifying .bashrc causes openframe to start when I open up a terminal NOT on boot. Sooo I gave up with the manual methods and figured I’d reset the frame “openframe -r” and start from scratch…that seems to just modify .bashrc and behaves the same as the manual method it only starts openfram when I openup a terminal window.
Any clues? I suspect the raspberry behavior may have changed?
(PS I did not remove the old frame from the web app …I figure this is a raspberry issue and don’t see why that should matter)