Re: [LinkStation_General] Success with Source Code Control install (Perforce)
- On Wed, Sep 29, 2004 at 03:14:55PM -0000, mphoust2 wrote:
> For those who care, I was able to get Perforce running on theYea, that's the one. If you have a script to start/stop p4d, I'd do the
> linkstation. Not too tough. It is much faster than the old laptop I
> had running it. Now to get a backup USB drive :).
> Looks like my goal of a Source Code control appliance is within reach.
> BTW, Remember to upgrade to the 1.44 firmware to get telnet access.
> Next up is figuring out how to get the daemon to perforce startup
> automatically on boot. Looks like it is time to get root access.
> It looks like /etc/rc.d directory on the hda1 is the one run at boot
> time. Can anyone confirm this? I was a little concerned about the
1) Plop that script into /etc/init.d.
2) Symlink to it from both /etc/rc.d/rc2.d (S... for start) and
/etc/rc.d/rc.d (K... for kill).
> ramdisk, but I can't tell if it boots from that, or the hda1
> partition. If I figure it out, I will post...
> Yahoo! Groups Links
- Ok, I got root access like your note on Roku Forums explained.
Now, I need to get 'su' so I can start the daemon with the right user.
I thought about using cron to check to see if the process is running
or not and starting, but that seems like a pain.
Any suggestions on how to get 'su'? How are you extracting them from
the Yellowdog .rpm files? I turned off my other Linux machine, so I
won't be able to run rpm2cpio easily (can be re-started if needed).
No big hurry.
Thanks again for your help.
--- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, Derek Taubert
> Yea, that's the one. If you have a script to start/stop p4d, I'd do the
> 1) Plop that script into /etc/init.d.
> 2) Symlink to it from both /etc/rc.d/rc2.d (S... for start) and
> /etc/rc.d/rc.d (K... for kill).