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Debian services control panel


KDE System Tool

Score 61%
Debian services control panel

Link:  Link
Minimum required   Gambas 1.x
Downloads:  811
Submitted:  Sep 1 2005


This program is a small and simple tool that manages the available "services" in a Debian (or Debian-based) box.
In fact, this program is a front-end for the update-rc.d tool.
You can start, stop and restart services. You can set (or unset) each service to be launched when booting the system.

Using the program:
First of all: you must run the program as root, or vía sudo:
you@your-box $ sudo debian-srv-cp

Download and requeriments

Add the following line to your /etc/apt/sources.list file:

deb http://www.laclavedefa.org/debian-srv-cp/ ./

As root, type in a console:

apt-get update

apt-get install debian-srv-cp

You will need the package gambas-gb-qt (and its dependences, of course).

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 Nice program

 by Cypress on: Sep 1 2005
Score 50%

Very nice, but when I maximize the Window it doesn't maximize the fields.


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 running services

 by could on: Sep 1 2005
Score 50%

nice prog!

what i'm missing is the ability to see the state of the services (already running, inactiv...)

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 Re: running services

 by ltmon on: Sep 2 2005
Score 50%

I've looked into this once while working on another program, and unfortunately Debian makes this REALLY hard to do. Most other distros implement the 'status' command in all their service scripts -- so you can go:

/etc/init.d/cups status

to find out if it's running.

Debian doesn't have this, and no-one I know has found another reasonable way of finding the state of a service.


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 Re: Re: running serv

 by could on: Sep 3 2005
Score 50%

got it. Dosent seem to be very clever by debian :-(

I found that they use 'skeleton'-files to create the init-scripts. These skeletons contain a name of a PID file (at least mostly). Perhaps a simple grep on that PID name with a check on the PID file could give an indication on the processstatus?!

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 by Andreich on: Sep 1 2005
Score 50%

Hello! Nice program!
Is it possible to add some improvements like sequence number and runlevels for service (when we set it to run by init)?

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 Re: Nice

 by forodejazz on: Sep 2 2005
Score 50%

Like I said in the description, the program aims to be a simple tool.

For detailed control (runlevels, state, ...), you may use the program ksysv, included in KDE

David Asorey lvarez
forodejazz (at) gmail (dot) com

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 by BorgQueen on: Oct 9 2005
Score 50%

Hi when I try to start the app I get this error msg "ERROR: #2: Cannot load class 'FPrincipal': Version too old. Please recompile."

When I try to recompile I get something similar.
"Unknown identifer: fich at line 5 in FPrinciple.class"

Is there anyway to fix this?

Sys Info: Debian 3.1, KDE 3.3


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