Re: Making Xitami Start Automatically
Richard Cunningham wrote:
Okay folks, here's one I can't solve no matter what. I've even used a
kazillion search engines to locate a hint.
I downloaded and built Xitami 2.5b4 using their build script. The
server runs flawlessly if I do switch to the directory for it and run:
I read everything I could about starting it up, replacing apache's
start up config in /etc/init.d and /etc/rc2.d with my own (not exactly
replace, used S95 vice S91).
When I use init or reboot, the error comes up, "command not found".
It's installed in /xitami - xitami in /etc/init.d is simply:
The symbolic link in /etc/init.d/rc2.d for /etc/init.d/xitami is
S95xitami (instead of S91).
What am I doing wrong and how can I fix this? I really don't want to
log in and start it manually each time!
it seems xitami is not in your path, assuming the path used is the
standard /(s)bin and /usr/(s)bin. So try changing the script to
Not having used xitami in years (and that was on Windows) is there some
reason you are doing the 'cd' before executing xitami?