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Re: Looking for initd scripts

I've had no problems with the gk.initd.redhat that comes with GnuGk on 
CentOS 5.x.

Jan Willamowius wrote:
> Thanks for the scripts I got so far, but I'm still looking for initd
> scripts for rather popular Linux distributions like
> - Ubuntu
> - CentOS
> - Fedora
> - Gentoo
> - Mandriva
> etc.
> Anybody using those ?
> Thanks,
> Jan
> Jan Willamowius wrote:
>> Hi,
>> to start GnuGk on Unix automatically when the server starts, one needs
>> an initd script which is even different for most Linux distributions and
>> the details of these scripts change rather frequently.
>> GnuGk only ships a few example scripts (gk.initd.*) for distributions
>> which are mostly outdated by now. I would like to collect new initd
>> scripts from the community to include in the next release.
>> If you have written an initd script, please mail it to me and please
>> let me know which distribution is works on.
>> Thanks!
>> Jan

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