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    swampcat NNTP User

    Default NXSERVER doesn't start at boot time.

    I just set up Suse 11.1 KDE.

    I downloaded the NXserver, NXnode and NXclient for Linux.

    They are RPM's and I installed each without any problems.

    I noticed that the NXnode does is started at boot time but the NXservers isn't. I have to go into YAST after each boot and manually start the server.

    Can anyone on this forum give me some direction on how to get the NXserver started at boot time. Locations of where to put the entries in the system will be helpful as I'm a newbie.

    Thanks for any help you can give me.

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    Default Re: NXSERVER doesn't start at boot time.

    Quote Originally Posted by swampcat
    I just set up Suse 11.1 KDE.

    I downloaded the NXserver, NXnode and NXclient for Linux.

    They are RPM's and I installed each without any problems.

    I noticed that the NXnode does is started at boot time but the
    NXservers isn't. I have to go into YAST after each boot and manually
    start the server.

    Can anyone on this forum give me some direction on how to get the
    NXserver started at boot time. Locations of where to put the entries in
    the system will be helpful as I'm a newbie.

    Thanks for any help you can give me.
    Hi
    Wonder if the startup links didn't get created properly. Run
    Code:
    sudo /sbin/chkconfig nxserver off
    sudo /sbin/chkconfig nxserver on
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