I have a USB flash drive, which boots Alpine Linux into RAM memory.

I wish to run a script directly after startup (login to WIFI, etc.). Is that possible?

It is advised to place a startup script in /etc/local.d/UpdateIssue.start, but my USB flash drive does not contain the folder /etc. Simply having the script after boot in the filesystem would be enough, then I manually execute the file. However, all I see is this:

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