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  1. #1
    onex Guest

    Question groupware autostart ...

    i am missing an init-script for starting the groupware automatically.
    do i always have to start it manually after a reboot with
    /opt/open-xchange/sbin/open-xchange-groupware &

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2007


    Just create a initscript and link it to one of the runlevel directories (on most linux systems /etc/rcX.d/) where X is the runlevel. The information about what runlevel is loaded can be found at /etc/inittab. There are multiple skeleton scripts that can be used as a template.

  3. #3
    onex Guest


    ok, i just wanted to know if there already exists an init-script which i can use

  4. #4
    batnator Guest


    the init script for groupware is in the your cvs tree but not copied while install, also the file for /etc/default is there ... I'm currently at home and have no exactly paths and names on hand

  5. #5
    onex Guest

    Thumbs up SOLVED!

    thank you!

  6. #6
    Sneeper Guest


    Ok ... how did you solve it ... I'm looking for the same thing ...

  7. #7
    onex Guest


    just download the groupware from the cvs-tree.
    cd /tmp
    cvs -d :pserver:anonymous@www.open-xchange.com:/var/lib/cvs co open-xchange
    now copy the init-script from /tmp/open-xchange/etc/init.d to /etc/init.d.
    (the same with the file in /tmp/open-xchange/etc/default)

    i used rcconf, a console-gui for init-startups (apt-get install rcconf) to automatically start the groupware.


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