On Fri, Aug 08, 2014 at 12:28:25PM +0300, Kevin Wilson wrote:
I want to run a binary of some Fedora application I wrote
I know that as a workaround I can wrap it as a systemd daemon, but I
prefer not to.
You don't need to wrap it in anything -- whatever legitimate complaints
there can be, simply running a binary or script is really easy. You just
need something like:
(If this is a long-running daemon, possibly "Type=forking" or
-- and simple is the default so you can leave that off.)
But as Ed noted, if you don't want to do that, you can use
Or, particularly if you want this to run as a non-root user, you can use
"@reboot" in cron. This replaces all of the other time specifiers, so, like
What is a good practice to achieve it in Fedora 20 ? there is no
/etc/rc.local in my fedora 20, and trying to add an entry in
/etc/rc.local does not cause it be be run across boots.
It's a little unfortunate that we don't support the traditional file
location, but, there we are.
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