Linux way to start up Omnis?

Das Goravani goravanis at gmail.com
Tue Feb 22 16:23:06 UTC 2022


NEVER MIND

I FIGURED IT OUT

I made a script file, and put in it the commands to launch Omnis

I call that script from a SYSTEMD startup service

It works !

And I figured it out myself. 

> On Feb 22, 2022, at 10:38 AM, Das Goravani <goravanis at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> 
> Hello $all,
> 
> What are the ways in Linux to issue some commands on Startup?
> 
> I have to issue three commands to launch Omnis App Server, I want to put them into something that will happen on Startup of the server so that Omnis is always running.
> 
> There is the "systemd" startup Service.
> 
> I am having trouble putting the commands into it. It gives the error "Bad unit file name".
> 
> These are the commands to be run:
> 
> cd /home/das/omnis-headless-app-server-10.2-31315
> export LD_LIBRARY_PATH='/home/das/omnis-headless-app-server-10.2-31315'
> ./homnis
> 
> The first one is just change directory. This one could be omitted perhaps if a full path was put on the third command.
> The second line is needed. It sets the LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable which needs to be done for Omnis to work.
> The third line just launches Omnis. 
> 
> It may be the second line that is messing up "systemd" functioning properly. 
> 
> Are there any other ways to issue these commands on startup?
> 
> Like could I put them in a batch file a script file and run that from systemd ?



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