[Setup] Re: starting plone automatically
steve at dcn.org
Fri Jul 25 14:31:06 UTC 2008
If you've used the Unified Installer (as the path suggests), you should find
sample init scripts and instructions for the major platforms in the
On Thu, Jul 24, 2008 at 4:49 PM, Dale DeWitt <dewittdale at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you for the linux tip. I edited the rc.local file inserting /
> opt/Plone-3.1/zinstance/bin/zopectl start . . . although I'm sure /opt/
> Plone-3.1/zinstance/bin/instance start would equally suffice. Worked
> as desired. Again, mucho thanks. Dale
> On Jul 23, 5:09 pm, kain <k... at kewl.sk> wrote:
> > If you installed it as a standalone installation (with python bundled and
> > on), you can add it to /etc/rc.local (or somewhere where your distro puts
> > commands to start). You can write something like
> > a /opt/plone/plone-site/bin/zopectl start.
> > If you are using debian you should remove return 0 at the end of file or
> > will no work.
> > k.
> > On Wednesday 23 July 2008 22:36:10 Dale DeWitt wrote:
> > > Windows has a service and there's some documentation with apple but I
> > > can't seem to find any documentation regarding running plone in linux
> > > automatically when the OS is booted. Am I suffering from search
> > > burnout or is the preferred mode in linux manual startup?
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