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Run a script at Raspberry boot 

Samuel Forestier — 11 April 2015
There is many ways to execute a script after the boot sequence of Raspberry, but the easier for me was to put it in the local run commands of Kernel.
To set it up, edit:
# nano /etc/rc.local
... and put your line execution before the IP part, like the example with a Python script like on the screenshot upper.
python /home/.../yourScript.py &