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trueffelwurm

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Hi,

I tried to get the Kerio MailServer running on SuSE 9.
If I try to start the mailserver, he can't find /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions.
If i ignore that line, he did't know the command 'deamon'...
The full systax of that line in the script is 'deamon $MAINDIR/mailserver $MAINDIR'

Could someone help me, how I have to change the script, or what I've to include?

Thanks

Trueffelwurm

[Updated on: Fri, 30 April 2004 18:27]


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trueffelwurm

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Hehe... I got the mailserver running at SuSE linux... I just didn't user the script to start it.
I just executed directly the /opt/kerio/mailserver/mailserver and it runs fine!

I don't know a possibillity to restart or stop the server without rebooting the hole machine, but it's better than nothing...

Trueffelwurm

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cesarestrada

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a possibillity to restart or stop

is

./opt/kerio/mailserver/mailserver start
./opt/kerio/mailserver/mailserver stop

or in the directory /etc/init.d

./keriomailserver start
./keriomailserver stop

is all
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