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Old 22nd November 2005, 00:53
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Default REQ: Start/Stop Script for ISPC and other services

Can someone please show me how to create a run and stop script for ISPConfig on my sandbox? I have it running on one of my computers for testing purposes and I don't use it very often. What is required is to start and stop ISPConfig services and all services that is installed with the how-to. I'm running Ubuntu Breezy.

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There's already an ISPConfig init script: /etc/init.d/ispconfig_server
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Old 22nd November 2005, 07:59
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Excuse me while I go hide in shame. Thank you
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Old 22nd November 2005, 09:27
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There is also an FAQ entry about how to start / restart ISPConfig:

http://www.howtoforge.com/faq/index....=34&artlang=en
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Thanks till. As punishment, I won't post another stupid question for another month. So see you next year

EDIT: Wait, please tell me how to create a link to the command on the desktop. 1 link for Stop ISPConfig services and 1 for Start ISPConfig services. Also, can you please tell me how I'm able to add other services like apache2 and mySQL, which I think run independent from ISPConfig.

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EDIT: Wait, please tell me how to create a link to the command on the desktop. 1 link for Stop ISPConfig services and 1 for Start ISPConfig services. Also, can you please tell me how I'm able to add other services like apache2 and mySQL, which I think run independent from ISPConfig.
I think you can do it in your desktop's control center. But these scripts have to be run as root!
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