The article at Making scripts run at boot time with Debian should help ou out.
I am running the Linux version of xampp which is called lampp and I need it so that it starts when I turn my computer on instead of having to open up a terminal and typing sudo /opt/lampp/start lampp each time. I have an Eee PC and I am running the default Xandros OS in advanced mode.
If you look at the edugeek wiki on the eeepc - there is a bit about inserting a script to mount a network share during startup.
It might be a reasonable place to insert your script.
My220x (24th November 2008)
I know in Ubuntu you can go to Sessions and add a new start-up app. For instance I added the command pidgin so my IM starts up automatically.
Don't know if it is similar in Xandros - haven't used it much.
Thank you guys for all your replies, I used the Edugeek wiki way to do it.
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