[ic] Interchange as a System service.
jfoster at augustmail.com
Wed Mar 16 12:06:03 EST 2005
On Wednesday 16 March 2005 10:08 am, Jon Jensen wrote:
> On Wed, 16 Mar 2005, John Foster wrote:
> >> (NOTE: this message describes how RH/Fedora does services. YMMV. If
> >> you use another flavor of Linux, i guarantee nothing about how well this
> >> stuff works.)
> > Seems like I used to do something like this years ago with Minivend. I
> > fact I still do. A good point to remember is "Never leave any white
> > space at the front of a line in an 'init.d' script". That means no
> > indents or other neat stuff.
> Huh? Take a look at any init script on your system. I think you'll be
> hard-pressed to find one *without* regular indenting in the code. At least
> on every system I've ever seen (Red Hat, Fedora, Mandrake, Debian, SuSE,
Well I stand corrected. I guess that is just something I never questioned from
a long time ago. I just automatically make sure to leave no 'white spaces'
when I set up the script that starts IC on boot up or an automatic reboot.
I been doing it so long I don't think about it. BTW I use Webmin to build
these so It may be something peculiar to Webmin. Any way thanks for the
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