Originally Posted by gkbeer
That did it.
/etc/init.d/skeleton in Ubuntu 9.04 had more options in it that I needed.
Here is my final copy for others to reference.
You will need to edit it to change...
CONTENT=/home/glenn/Library to point to your library.
It goes in /etc/init.d and should be named calibre without the .txt.
In a terminal the following commands need to be run:
sudo chown root calibre
sudo chgrp root calibre
sudo chmod 755 calibre
sudo insserv calibre
Start/stop the calibre content server with:
sudo /etc/init.d/calibre start
sudo /etc/init.d/calibre stop
Note: don't forget to turn off starting the content server in Calibre's preferences.
I am having trouble using this method with an unbuntu 12.04 server. When I issue the sudo insserv calibre command I get:
sudo: inserv: command not found
I have searched but I cant seen to find an answer on why this fails. I am using the script that was attached to the thread.
Thanks for any help you can provide.