A script may be run in the background from the command line like this:
$ ./myscript.sh &
In other words, append
& to the command.
You've said you want to run this script "without showing the termial". I think there are two ways to do this:
systemd service - as in this answer
start the script as a
cron job when the system boots:
To set up a
cron job, you will need to create a new
To do this, open a terminal, and type the following command:
$ crontab -e
This will open your
crontab in an editor (
nano is a good choice for editor). When you are in the editor, add the following line to the bottom of the file:
@reboot /home/user/myscript.sh & >> /home/user/myscript.log 2>&1
/home/user/myscript.sh is the full path to your script file. Any output from your script will be redirected to the file at
/home/user/myscript.log. Be sure to check this logfile for any error messages.
Save the file (
^ o ) if using
nano, and exit the editor (
Some things to remember:
myscript.sh is executable.
If you use any commands in
myscript.sh, make sure the system knows where to find them - i.e. use a full path to the command, or declare a PATH in your script.
Let us know if you have further questions (post a comment) & we'll try to help.