[ic] start/stop script

Jon Jensen jon@akopia.com
Wed, 21 Feb 2001 00:51:28 -0600 (CST)

On Wed, 21 Feb 2001, Bob Puff@NLE wrote:

> I notice that in the Interchange RPM, it installs a start/stop script
> in /etc/rc.d/init.d, as well as symbolic links in the appropriate run
> levels folders.  However, when I compiled the source (couldn't get the
> RPM to work right), I now have it working, but don't have that script.  
> Where can I find it?

There isn't a standalone version of it. It's created during the RPM build
process from the file in SPECS/interchange.spec. I don't think you want to
deal with that.

The easiest thing would probably be to install the RPM, copy away the
script from /etc/rc.d/init.d/interchange to somewhere else, then uninstall
the RPM. Then you'd need to modify the script to work for wherever you
installed Interchange on your system.

Interchange runs on most any Unix, but such boot scripts are pretty
platform-specific, which is why we don't install something like that when
you do a custom install.