Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 125434
after creating a service - service configuration errors "error:tss2_rc2:unrecognized service"
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:44 EST
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Description of problem:
I am attempting to run the TeamSpeak software as a service. I have
created the init.d file and the symbolic links in the rc"n".d files.
When I try to start the service, (in GUI and command line) it reads
error:Tss2_rc2:unrecognized service or just unrecognized service.
This same script worked in Fedora Core 1 as well as RH-7,8&9.
I'm wondering if there is now a file that is checked as a security
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create an init.d shell script to run an application as a service.
2. Create the symbolic links in the rc.d folders.
3. Start the service by GUI or by cmdline > service "scriptname"
I am able to execute the script normally.
sh tss2_rc2 start
./ tss2_rc2 start <---- both work normally
service tss2_rc2 start <---- doesn't work unrecognized service
Nevermind; was a problem between the keyboard and chair.
/me kicks self for not checking permissions.