[arch-general] Anything to manage user daemons?
dieter at plaetinck.be
Wed Jun 22 06:09:34 EDT 2011
if you just want to manage daemons running as your own user, su and
sudo shouldn't even be involved.
On Wed, 22 Jun 2011 11:05:35 +0100
Owain Sutton <mail at owainsutton.co.uk> wrote:
> How about using /etc/rc.d/ scripts with 'su user' to start the
> program as the relevant user (as per the rtorrent wiki suggestion,
> and then sudo permissions to run 'sudo /etc/rc.d/foo start/stop'
> in .xinitrc and .bash_logout?
> On 15:15, Mon 20 Jun 2011, XeCycle wrote:
> > Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2011 15:15:14 +0800
> > From: XeCycle <xecycle at gmail.com>
> > Subject: [arch-general] Anything to manage user daemons?
> > To: General Discussion about Arch Linux <arch-general at archlinux.org>
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> > Hello. I need to start several programs after login and
> > after startx. Now I write these directly in my .bash_profile
> > and .xinitrc; but I'm not satisfied with this. They cannot
> > be easily stopped after logout. To do that I think I'd
> > record their PID and kill them in .bash_logout, also need to
> > take care when they're manually stopped, and all these
> > related problems.
> > So I think a set of scripts like the daemon managing from
> > initscripts will be nice. But I can't write /etc/rc.d
> > daemons, as they must be executed by a normal user.
> > Has anyone written such a tool?
> > Thank you.
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