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  1. Hello I am writing a Linux applications that should have the following characteristics : - start as a background process at system start-up (before user log in) - no taskbar element - have a GUI (launched by user) for changing some parameters - possibility to show some messages to user (alarms, errors) I thought of building a shared library (embeded) with an infinite loop that does the process, and another application that contains the GUI and implement some kind of communication between them. How should I start the process at start-up? I am pretty new to linux, so any suggestion will be probably helpful. Thanks Cristian
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