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Re: [Gnump3d-users] How to restart gnump3d?

From: bernied
Subject: Re: [Gnump3d-users] How to restart gnump3d?
Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 16:13:36 -0800 (PST)

Isn't there already an rc script? I'm running gentoo and to restart I just
/etc/init.d/gnump3d restart
and to run at boot
rc-update add gnump3d default

and I didn't write that script myself

Stan Mulder-2 wrote:
> To kill gnump3d I run 'ps aux' and look for gnump3d in the results, get 
> it's pid number and kill it via 'kill -9 <pid#> as root'
> To run the program again just type this as root at the command line:
> /usr/bin/gnump3d --fast --background
> The same string can be put into rc.local so the program will start on 
> every reboot. The 'background' option runs the process as a daemon and 
> is essentially the same as ending the command with the ampersand (&). 
> The 'fast' option tells the program to NOT reindex the list of songs. 
> You only need to do that when you add songs, otherwise it is a waste of 
> time. I think the default behavior should be not to index unless told to 
> do so.
> Stan
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