Starting XAMPP on bootup

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Starting XAMPP on bootup

Postby emcher » 18. April 2005 01:29

What exactly do the two commands do?
3. Now carry out the actual configuration by typing:

ln -s /opt/lampp/lampp S99lampp
ln -s /opt/lampp/lampp K01lampp

I know they create a 'link', but to what? the shell script in /opt/lampp/lampp.

If so, why two commands? What's the significance of the 'S99' and 'K01'?
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Re: Starting XAMPP on bootup

Postby Kristian Marcroft » 18. April 2005 10:36

emcher wrote:If so, why two commands? What's the significance of the 'S99' and 'K01'?


Hi,

S99lampp a Link to /opt/lampp/lampp
S stands for start, so when this link is called, it passes a start to /opt/lampp/lampp the 99 meas to start lampp in 99th place.
It starts LAMPP at the end. 1 is the first thing to start 99 the last.

Now to the K stands for "kill" or stop.
When the link is called a "stop" is passed to the /opt/lampp/lampp script, with stops lampp. Thw 01 is so that before everyting else is killed, we kill xampp first.

So long
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Thanks

Postby emcher » 18. April 2005 12:39

Thanks much, KriS!
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