In order to get udpxy to start after boot, you need to follow this procedure (I tested it on OpenPLi):
1. Put start script to /etc/init.d folder on your receiver.
Use FTP for this. Put 0755 permissions to this file!
2. Now connect to your receiver using telnet (I suggest DCC for E2)
and execute this command:
3. Restart your receiver. After restart udpxy should automatically start.
ln -s /etc/init.d/udpxy /etc/rc3.d/S99udpxy
If you want to change port on which udpxy works, just change this line in start script:
As you can see default port is 8088. My recommendation is that you change this port to something which is not 8088 or 1234 as these ports are too common.
start-stop-daemon -S -b -n udpxy -a /usr/bin/udpxy -- -p 8088