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Re: Starting apache automatically
I am wondering which is the preferred/recommended way to start at boot time
the daemons that are installed from pkgsrc (like apache and postgresql).
I have found an apache.sh script in /usr/pkgsrc/www/apache2/files.
Should I simply copy this file to /etc/rc.d (or somehwre else?) and enable
it by adding apache=YES in /etc/rc.conf ? Is this the right way to start
apache automatically ?
My appologies if this issue is documented somewhere .
have a look at /usr/pkg/share/examples/rc.d/ :)
you'll want to use apachectl from time to time, though.
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