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Jan
23
comment Nginx leaves old socket
I never did figure it out. I just resorted to using TCP instead of Unix sockets. However, I haven't checked so see if it works with the most up to date version
Oct
29
comment Nginx leaves old socket
@ChrisDown I'm confused. If nginx creates the socket, why would it not be responsible for removing it? It's not connecting to a socket managed by a separate process.
Oct
29
comment Nginx leaves old socket
@ChrisDown Nginx opens/creates the socket so that it can listen.
Oct
27
comment Force apt-get to prompt yes/no
@FaheemMitha My purpose for doing this is that it's a lot easier to find out what new dependencies could/will be installed using apt-get install rather than apt-cache showpkg.
Oct
27
comment Force apt-get to prompt yes/no
I have no idea what you're trying to say if the first half of this answer.
Feb
10
comment Detect init system using the shell
Thank you, this is exactly what I was looking for: some steps to take to try to determine the init system.
Feb
10
comment Detect init system using the shell
My question is not about detecting the init system from bash in order to write a cross-init-system daemon, and the answers do not provide a clear way to determine it because they are targeting specifically a programmatic solution.