WSL boot shell script

I’ve created this script to help me get what I need running on my WSL Ubuntu VMs

I’m calling it ~/.mrc_boot_script and I also have it saved it to: https://gist.github.com/markcerv/7ba608b69bf6edf57db456187ad8a4ff

#If we made it in here, then that's a good thing

read -r -t 15 -p "Run the only on boot commands? [y/N] " response
response=${response,,}    # tolower

if [[ "$response" =~ ^(yes|y)$ ]]
then
    echo "All of these commands need sudo, so be prepared to enter in a password"
    sleep 2

    #Need to do this to get screens running cleanly
    echo "Screen cleanup"
    sudo /etc/init.d/screen-cleanup start

    #Let's also make sure postgres is running
    echo "Fire up postgresql"
    sudo service postgresql start

    #Let's also make sure mysql is running
    echo "Fire up mysql"
    sudo service mysql start

    #Let's also make sure ssh is running
    echo "Fire up ssh"
    sudo service ssh --full-restart

    #Let's also make sure redis is running (for celery)
    echo "Fire up redis-server"
    sudo service redis-server start
else
    echo "Doing nothing"
fi

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.