Run .wakeup (Freeware)
SleepWatcher is a really nifty program that lets you run a number of different operations when you put your Mac OS X computer to sleep and when you wake it up. Upon wakeup, it executes the ".wakeup" script that is in your home directory. But it doesn't execute it when you first turn on your computer. But what happens when you have operations in the ".wakeup" file that you want to run when you turn your computer on?
That's where "Run .wakeup.app" comes in. This little utility simply executes the ".wakeup" file, if it exists. It's as simple as dropping this application into your "Login Items" so that ".wakeup" automatically runs when you log in (booting up your computer). Just remember to give your ".wakeup" script execute permission.
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