[Newbies] linux squeak startup

Milan Zimmermann milan.zimmermann at sympatico.ca
Sat Jul 8 02:56:06 UTC 2006


FWIW, the attached /etc/init.d/squeak_http is what I use to run seaside-based 
applications on Linux startup. It was mostly borrowed from SuSE and should be 
LSB 1.2 compliant, but not completely sure. Also, the main script actually 
calls another one (squeak_http_service, also attached), I think the reason 
was I wanted a script that can be edited by regular user, not sure why - you 
can probably just move the corresponding start/stop sections from 
squeak_http_service to squeak_http.

To enable it as startup service, run 

chkconfig --add squeak_http


On 2006 June 20 10:42, cdrick wrote:
> Hi all :)
> do you know how to make an init.d script to start squeak each time a linux
> server starts... It's for seaside. For now I use a command line
> squeak -nodisplay myImage.image  but when I close the shell, squeak stops
> too
> Thanks for all :)
> Cédrick
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