I have no idea to an answer to your question....but whoever answers will need to know...
What OS you are running
The name of the startup
if you were running Linux Mint....you would type into the menu....startup applications....then click on add at the bottom of the resulting window......and add whatever the application is..
I Searched but I wouldn't get the proper answer from anywhere. That's why I have joined in this Forum and Posted my question here. I hope I can solve my issue by getting the answer from here.What distro are you running? What Desktop Environment or Windows Manager?
Have you tried searching: Linux How do I run the Scripts in the Startup
@rebootand it should run each time the machine is started up - or rebooted.
There is no directory like autostart in this location. So I have created manually and kept my script there. It is not helping to run the program. There is no issue with Script. But still I don't know where to place the script in this OS.you can place your scripts in your home directory ~/.config/autostart/