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Re: HELP! start-stop-daemon: no such file

jdassen@wi.leidenuniv.nl wrote: (jdassen@wi.leidenuniv.nl):

> [Frank, please keep your lines shorter than 80 characters.]
Oops, sorry about that.
I am working in text mode now, where
I have more columns than I am normally used to, 
so I messed it up

> OK. The first line of the script says
> 	#!/usr/bin/perl --
> Now we have two possibilities:
> 1) For some reason, you don't have /usr/bin/perl . Dale showed you how to
>    deal with that.
> 2) You have /usr/bin/perl, but it cannot be started. (Try "/usr/bin/perl";
>    if that fails, provide "ldd /usr/bin/perl"'s output please). I've had
>    trouble with libdl not being found in the past.
> Possibility 1 is the most probable.

Yes, that's it. I linked perl500... with /usr/bin/perl
right now and I am about to reboot to see if it works.

Thank you all very much for the quick help. That's really great about Debian, wow.

Is this all worth a bug report or is this problem 
obsolete anyway with the new start-stop-daemon in C?


				Frank Barknecht


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