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Old 05-29-2010, 11:17 PM   #1
gkbeer
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[Old Thread] Daemonizing the calibre-server in Ubuntu

I've created /etc/init.d/calibre (attahced)

It seems to work but no /var/run/calibre.pid file is being generated.

So the command to start the content server "/etc/init.d/calibre start" hangs. Even though the script hangs, the server does start.

Killing the terminal doesn't kill the server, and "/etc/init.d/calibre stop" fails to stop the server as well.

Is creating the .pid file the responsibility of calibre-server or the init script?

Or do I need to rewrite the script to do starts and stops without a .pid file?

--Glenn

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