I am setting up a service in /etc/init.d. I am looking at various scripts in there, some are implemented with start-stop-daemon ... and some with /path/to/script &. All of them save the pid in a ...
On a fresh install of OpenSuse 12.3, I want to "daemonize" a program. And, on all examples found on Internet, I see I have to create first a /etc/init.d/myscript based on the /etc/init.d/skeleton... ...
I'm working on a socket server written in PHP. This part of the work is done but now I need to run it as a daemon. For this I've tried to use start-stop-daemon but it doesn't work. I'm quit a newbie ...
I use Debian Lenny (I know lenny is old and other bla bla) and would like to place a program on the start-up. I use update-rc.d by adding an executable file on /etc/init.d. By referring to ...
in /etc/init.d/ first daemon # Provides: first # Required-Start: $remote_fs $syslog second daemon # Provides: second # Required-Start: $remote_fs $syslog first Is this ...
I (or one of my colleagues) need to write one or more shell scripts to control the execution of a daemon. We need to be able to start the daemon, tell it to gracefully shut down, and force a shutdown. ...