hoeling at mac.com
Sun Nov 22 00:47:03 PST 2009
Hi Scott, hi Cyrus!
Am 22.11.2009 um 01:42 schrieb Scott Haneda:
> On Nov 21, 2009, at 2:17 AM, Ralf Höling wrote:
>> i just setup a DCS on a Leopard Client System in my user-folder and it works fine. The only problem is that I have to start the server by hand; the launch-agent doesn't work and the run-script doesn't look like described in
>> so I'm not able to make the changes, described there. On Konsole I get the following error-message:
>> 21.11.09 11:05:27 org.apple.calendar /Users/ralf/Kalender/CalendarServer/run: line 38: support/build.sh: No such file or directory
>> 21.11.09 11:05:27 com.apple.launchd (org.apple.calendar) Exited with exit code: 1
>> Is there any possibility for creating a working LaunchAgent or startup-item?
> You can start correctly from the command line with no trouble? Have you made a launchd item before? About the only thing you need to be careful about is >> redirection and pipes and such:
> appame >> some_log_file.txt
> appname | grep foo >> some_log_file.txt
> Both those are problematic and will need special care.
> Otherwise, you jsut take your command that works in the shell, and set it in a plist, set your start schedile etc. Look to Lingon to make it dead easy to make on your own.
> I would do something like
> cd /path/to/DCS; ./run -d
> That is the command, there will be about 10 more lines to control a few other things, but Lingon can put them all in for you.
> Or, as I most often do, use an existing plist as a template, make a copy, and load it in.
> Scott * If you contact me off list replace talklists@ with scott@ *
Yes I could start from command line and I have made a launchd item. After installing the stable version 2.3 I could make the necessary changes to the run script and after correcting the path in the launchd item (~/Kalender/CalendarServer-2.3/) and the permissions now the server starts up when I log in and everything is fine!
Thank you very much for your help!
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