NSH supports both a one-time start-up script (default /etc/init.d/rcS) and a per login script (default .nshrc). There are lots of examples of the start-upspudarnia
Hi Mike, You have two options: 1) Just create an application that will be executed instead of NuttX shell. So it is not a script, but in fact an application;alancarbr
I am building nuttx for an embedded product and I want to run what I'll call a log on script, either right before the nsh> prompt or after. What I am trying tomdannhardt
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