When you install the Snapt One Linux bundle, you might find that after your first reboot that the Snapt One UI is not accessible anymore. This is because of the service that runs Snapt One has not been started.
There are 2 options that you use. Please choose the one that works best for your environment.
Please note: This is only applicable to a Snapt One Linux Bundle Installation
The Snapt One VM images will auto-launch the services are a reboot.
Snapt One Linux Installation Option 1: rc.local
If you are running the Snapt One for Linux bundle you need to ensure you run the
script after you reboot or power up the server in order to load the interface.
The easier way of doing this is to add it to
above the last “exit 0” line. That will ensure it is run at any boot.
Snapt One Linux Installation
Option 2: Crontab
If you’re running on a later version of Ubuntu, such as 18.04, rc.local is no longer available, but you can still start Snapt One via cronjob.
Edit the below with your preferred editor (vi, nano, etc)
And add the below into the file
@reboot root /usr/local/snapt/start.sh