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Graduated at Portsmouth University on a Computing Degree. Keen software and website developer on the lookout to learn new things and am also a big android fan.


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comment Start systemd service after mysql
Thanks for your help
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comment Add item to inittab on OpenSuse 12.1
Thanks for your help, this has been driving me crazy, this is very will hidden compared to using inittab
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comment Add item to inittab on OpenSuse 12.1
@UlrichDangel I'm using OpenSuse 12.1 and by inittab I mean /etc/inittab which is where you can add things to load up on startup.
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comment Add item to inittab on OpenSuse 12.1
Yep, I tried that and it is saying that it is reloading after I run telinit q
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comment Add item to inittab on OpenSuse 12.1
@MariosZindillis I've just tried running a basic script that doesn't attempt to execute my program, it will instead just write a word to a file and this file never gets written but if I run the script manually it does.
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comment Add item to inittab on OpenSuse 12.1
@MariosZindillis Just found out if I run the executable, instead of the start script using exec /home/bits/MyProgram/EmailServer.exe it comes up with an error stating -bash: /home/bits/EmailServer/EmailServer.exe: Permission denied -bash: exec: /home/bits/EmailServer/EmailServer.exe: cannot execute: Permission denied
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comment Add item to inittab on OpenSuse 12.1
Yep, if I can run it from any location on the server not necessarily where the file is stored and the program launches successfully.
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