Mon 28 October 2013
I have some troubleshoot installing one of my prefered web search engine yacy . My best advise would be to install in on a debian running computer. The package is OK, the default configuration run well, and you just start is as every other service
- start it with service yacy start
- update your running level configuration with `update-rc.d <http://www.unix.com/man-page/All/8/update-rc.d/>`__
- access other configurations with dpkg-reconfigure yacy and by accessing http://localhost:8090 with your prefered web browser
- if running on remote computer, you must first set admin passord (dpkg-reconfigure is your friend) before modifying configuration through the web interface .
But as you can imagine, I also try to run it on my archlinux . This is not as easy to make it run on an archlinux . It is available trough AUR .
I never succeed to make it work as require (using systemd , systemctl and all that stuff). So I deactivated it (as usual when I install a deamon, because I want to start them manually), and I start it throught the command nice /opt/yacy/yacy start . To know this command, I looked at init script, and run it separatly. It worked. It was Ok for me, I never try to make more clean startup script.
Yes I use a nice because I don’t want my computer to prioritise a non interactive process while I’m using it.
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Category: tools Tagged: ArchLinux AUR Debian Dpkg Linux YaCy