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Apr
24
comment How can I run a shell script as a daemon under Redhat?
@bshacklett: I just stumbled upon dendrite, fitting into a related niche, could be interesting here.
Apr
22
comment Jingle CLI client / Jitsi replacement / VOIP
Yate comes to mind. Never got it really working, though.
Apr
21
comment How can I run a shell script as a daemon under Redhat?
@bshacklett W.r.t logs, I'd have a closer look at logstash. The store can be fed logs directly from Log4j, but the logstash agent can also monitor log files
Apr
19
comment How can I run a shell script as a daemon under Redhat?
@bshacklett you can examine any init script's (any shell script's actually) function by running it explicitly with bash -vx, ie. bash -vx /etc/init.d/script start.
Apr
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do I start a process with a nice value of -20 and not give it root privilege?
Apr
18
comment How can I run a shell script as a daemon under Redhat?
Don't bother getting the usage of this right and go with daemon, there's a RPM package, too. Btw, there're many log monitoring tools out there (start here).
Apr
18
comment How can I run a shell script as a daemon under Redhat?
It's not wrong. /etc/init.d/functions defines a daemon function that expects its argument to daemonize itself, it only takes care of things like changing the user, setting ulimits, checking (not creating!) a pidfile... The best usage of this daemon function is to replace it with libslack's daemon ;)
Mar
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Logger command - how to store logs in given file?
Mar
12
answered Can I “yum upgrade” to a specific CentOS version?
Mar
10
comment not able to mount burned ISO9660 file-system before ejecting and re-inserting the media
Maybe some udev event has to be triggered, you could try to do this with udevadm
Mar
10
comment not able to mount burned ISO9660 file-system before ejecting and re-inserting the media
Something seems to auto-mount the image for you... as you did not actually mount it after you re-insert the tray... Btw, maybe mount -o loop /path/of/ubcd521.iso /mnt saves you the burning by just mounting the ISO file
Feb
7
answered Editing RTF files in text mode
Feb
5
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can a mounted encrypted filesystem be safe from root?
Feb
3
comment Does Chrome run on Debian kFreeBSD?
a) What makes you think Chromium doesn't do Flash? (See this recent issue on getting it to work) b) Please don't cross post‌​, trust in the moderators to move your post if it's not in the SE site best suited for your question. c) Anyway, Debian's chromium package is not available for kFreeBSD but Chromium seems to run on FreeBSD.
Feb
2
comment Debugging Linux Kernel with QEMU
qemu-img is one of the tools in qemu-utils
Feb
1
comment What would be the RHEL package corresponding to build-essential in Ubuntu?
Possible duplicate: Make and build utilities on CentOS/RHEL?
Jan
31
comment Xen error on CentOS
@jordanm: Oh... right. Thanks for the edit :)
Jan
31
comment Xen error on CentOS
@jordanm, you might be right; I expanded it a bit.
Jan
31
answered Xen error on CentOS
Jan
31
comment Xen error on CentOS
I don't know about xen-create-image, but your issue is caused by Debian "Etch" being unsupported as of 2010-02-15 (and thus disappeared from the mirror)