Question: How to run at boot time.
Allstar-DMR Gateway is working.
Goal is to have Allstar-DMR Gateway to start running at boot time.
Script runs at boot time /etc/init.d/DMR-Gateway.sh (rights set to execute)
After boot, after logging in as root then top shows first command ran (I can see the process) HOWEVER second command did not. WHY?
(after boot I can login as root and run second command - it runs fine)
How to fix? --pete N0ECT
(DMR-Gateway.sh script below)
sudo ./Analog_Bridge ./Analog_Bridge.ini
sudo python ./HB_Bridge.py -c ./hblink.cfg
On Thursday, May 24, 2018 4:34 AM, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Support for the family of DVSwitch programs is "peer to peer" In
other words, we need people to help each other. This is done via
For a quick back and forth to resolve, any of the
subgroups is fine. For longer term support, I have setup a support
e-mail the developers directly unless requested by the developers
Here is a excerpt from the upcoming documentation outline:
How to report an error
Short and precise title (HELP! is not what we have in mind here)
Concise description, steps to reproduce and if need suggested behavior
Hardware platform (ARM, X86, VPS, etc)
Operating system and version (uname -a)
Application version and build time stamp
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