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by kaice
28 May 2013, 16:07
Forum: Support
Topic: Help using start-stop-daemon under debian (Raspberry PI)
Replies: 19
Views: 27426

Re: Help using start-stop-daemon under debian (Raspberry PI)

Hi,
cannot check at the moment, but it is working for me right now. Just needed to wipe /var/www/ttrss/lock/* everytime the script starts. Maybe it's a permission problem with this path.

Edit: Thank you all very much!
by kaice
28 May 2013, 13:04
Forum: Support
Topic: Help using start-stop-daemon under debian (Raspberry PI)
Replies: 19
Views: 27426

Re: Help using start-stop-daemon under debian (Raspberry PI)

Addendum:
A friend of mine fixed the problem by adding "rm /var/www/ttrss/lock/*" at the beginning of your script.
by kaice
28 May 2013, 11:50
Forum: Support
Topic: Help using start-stop-daemon under debian (Raspberry PI)
Replies: 19
Views: 27426

Re: Help using start-stop-daemon under debian (Raspberry PI)

@zeiram I did everything as you posted, but when I access ttrss via browser it is still telling me "Update daemon is not running". I changed the path and I made /etc/init.d/tt-rss executable before using insserv. sudo service tt-rss start did not help, neither a reboot did. What did I do w...
by kaice
27 May 2013, 15:21
Forum: Support
Topic: Help using start-stop-daemon under debian (Raspberry PI)
Replies: 19
Views: 27426

Re: Help using start-stop-daemon under debian (Raspberry PI)

Thank you. I will try it when I am at home later.
There is one question I still want to have answered: Why does it need a whole script? I thought it would be enough to use "start-stop-daemon xxx update.php xxx" or something like that. What is the advantage of this script?
by kaice
27 May 2013, 14:15
Forum: Support
Topic: Help using start-stop-daemon under debian (Raspberry PI)
Replies: 19
Views: 27426

Help using start-stop-daemon under debian (Raspberry PI)

Hi, I am really new to Linux and stuff, but with the help of a friend I managed to run tt-rss on my raspberry Pi. Everything works fine, but my skills are not enough to run the update daemon with the start-stop-daemon function. I would be deeply grateful, if somebody could explain to me in some step...

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