How to set up appium as a boot up program in MacOS Ventura

I am trying to start the Appium 2.0 server as a startup program when system boot up. The previous one is not working for me. Please support

if you want Appium automatically load after mac restart ->

Step ONE: turnOff encryption from your SSD

Its already done but its not helping. Can you provide me complete steps to start the server on boot up on mac 13.3

Step TWO: enable autologin with your user on mac ->
Step THREE: add into login items script to start appium e.g. or

  1. Install Appium 2.0. You can do this by running the following command in your terminal:
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    npm install -g appium@next

  2. Create a new file called and save it in your home directory.

  3. Open the file and add the following code:
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appium &

  1. Make the file executable by running the following command:
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    chmod +x

  2. Finally, add the following line to your ~/.bash_profile file:
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    start_appium_on_boot() {

  3. Save the file and close it.

  4. Restart your Mac.
    The Appium 2.0 server will now start on boot.
    Here is an explanation of the code in the file:
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appium &

The first line tells the shell to execute the bash script. The second line starts the Appium server in the background.
The start_appium_on_boot function in the ~/.bash_profile file simply calls the script. This function is called when your Mac starts up.

I followed above steps and it has already added in to login item, but didn’t work on start up .