I got the same error message "start" command not found. My issue got resolved by following the below mentioned steps.-open the folder in which you want to create the app using terminal then type these commands: npm uninstall -g create-react-app; npx create-react-app FolderName (This will automatically install the latest create-react-app version)

So at that time, I created a merge proposal to add an init.d launcher on anybox recipe. Here to start with something, you can find 2 templates used to generate the init.d file: openerp_server.initd.in. gunicorn_openerp_server.initd.in (Only really usefull for v6.1) It should be easy for you to replace the variables to have a static daemon launcher. On CentOS servers not only is the web service called something else but also the kill command functions little differently, use the following instead for the same result. sudo kill -a httpd. After the kill command, you can run the process check again just to confirm that there are no more zombies left. I have started it many times with the command /etc/init.d/tor start and the tor --service start I found in the Tor documentation. The output of tor --service is [warn] Command-line option '--service' with no value. Failing. which leads me to believe it is a command. – CarlosAllende Feb 7 '15 at 6:16 Aug 08, 2011 · Re: Samba installed, but not /etc/init.d/samba its /etc/init.d/smbd <restart|start|stop> (you can use the "service" command also the same way) its the samba daemon you want to restart hence the abreavation smbd (smb being the protocal and d being for daemon). iirc on other debian based distros its also smbd. Sep 05, 2010 · I just installed apache2 and i can't restart the service, i get: sudo: /etc/init.d/apache2: command not found I have a command that is working fine if I executed it from the command line ... but when I put it in an init.d script it wont's start (well .. it starts but have a behavior different from that when it is run directly). Oct 21, 2020 · # /etc/init.d/apache2 start OR $ sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 start OR $ sudo service apache2 start. A note about Debian/Ubuntu Linux systemd users Use the following systemctl command on Debian Linux version 8.x+ or Ubuntu Linux version Ubuntu 15.04+ or above: ## Start command ## systemctl start apache2.service ## Stop command ## systemctl stop ... Jul 15, 2019 · Some services like docker (standalone, ubuntu version, installed using bash) still might not run even if you use sudo /etc/init.d/docker start or sudo service docker start or /etc/init.d/docker start. What you have to do is, run the linux subsystem as administrator by right clicking from start menu. Important: Service Start. When enabling a service on the command line, it is not started automatically. It is scheduled to be started with the next system start-up or runlevel/target change. To immediately start a service after having enabled it, explicitly run systemctl start MY_SERVICE or rc MY_SERVICE start. If your distribution's version of the service command has (somehow?) stopped working with SysV-style init scripts, you can always just run the script directly: sudo /etc/init.d/guacd start If you are using systemd-specific commands like systemctl to manupulate the guacd script, however, that may be why. I have the same issue. jenkins on the old server just starts up and on new server it does not start. $ journalctl -u jenkins.service. Aug 20 12:46:48 devlnxjenkins02 systemd[1]: Starting LSB: Jenkins Automation Server... See full list on techrepublic.com Re: restarting init.d script without rebooting Hi Allan, You can try bringing the server down to the run level below the one you want to run the scripts for - i.e. 2 in this case - but it can be just as catastrophic for the applications as a reboot and may not clean up properly: [[email protected]]# service httpd status /etc/init.d/httpd: line 95: lynx: command not found [[email protected] init.d]# Last edited by pludi; 02-05-2010 at 01:22 PM .. Reason: code tags, please... Apr 04, 2009 · But there are times when you need to start or stop a process cleanly and without using the kill or killall commands. That is where the /etc/init.d directory comes in handy. Now if you are using a distribution like Fedora you might find this directory in /etc/rc.d/init.d. Regardless of location, it serves the same purpose. (/etc/init.d/vmware) expects that a "status" command exists. /etc/init.d/vmware status. At least one instance of VMware GSX Server is still running. /etc/init.d/vmware: line 1003: status: command not found /etc/init.d/vmware: line 1004: status: command not found /etc/init.d/vmware: line 1005: status: command not found. Module vmmon installed ### END INIT INFO /home/pi/syncthing-linux-arm-v0.14.47/syncthing I make it executable and then I issued sudo update-rc.d start_Syncthing.sh defaults but it refuses to work on boot, even something like sudo service start_Syncthing.sh start won’t start a syncthing process. What I’m doing wrong? See full list on vitux.com ### END INIT INFO /home/pi/syncthing-linux-arm-v0.14.47/syncthing I make it executable and then I issued sudo update-rc.d start_Syncthing.sh defaults but it refuses to work on boot, even something like sudo service start_Syncthing.sh start won’t start a syncthing process. What I’m doing wrong? I have a command that is working fine if I executed it from the command line ... but when I put it in an init.d script it wont's start (well .. it starts but have a behavior different from that when it is run directly). Seems not. I just download ubuntu 7 server version & installed it into a reformated pc with LAMP, then following the step at here to install webmin. However, it could work by command "sudo /etc/webmin/start" but I try to install another program - tomcat & edit command with init. It's shown "command not found" too. PATH=/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin. At the beginning of your script. Debug your script to make sure start-stop-daemon is reading the path of monit correctly from the DAEMON variable. In order to do that add the following line at the beginning of your script: set -x #echo on. The whole thing would look like. The script makes use of a command called "log_daemon_msg." When the command is run: service stash start Errors appear: /etc/init.d/stash: line 80: log_end_msg: command not found I have started it many times with the command /etc/init.d/tor start and the tor --service start I found in the Tor documentation. The output of tor --service is [warn] Command-line option '--service' with no value. Failing. which leads me to believe it is a command. – CarlosAllende Feb 7 '15 at 6:16 Run the command ‘systemctl stop sshd.service’ to restart SSH service. NOTE : The below commands will stop sshd service on your server and you might get disconnected from SSH. Run this command only if you have console access so that you can start the service. Command 1 : service sshd stop. OR. Command 2 : systemctl stop sshd.service Apr 25, 2016 · For those are familiar with RHEL/OEL 4 and 5, there is some differences to start ASMLib on OEL 6 and 7. So, a quick guide to install (done on OEL 7), start and configure: 1. Install the ASMLib kernel module package as root using the following command: yum install kmod-oracleasm 2. Start or Stop Nessus. The following represent best practices for starting and stopping Nessus. Mac OS X. Navigate to System Preferences. Click the button. Click the button. Type your username and password. To stop the Nessus service, click the Stop Nessus button.-or-To start the Nessus service, click the Start Nessus button. Jul 15, 2019 · Some services like docker (standalone, ubuntu version, installed using bash) still might not run even if you use sudo /etc/init.d/docker start or sudo service docker start or /etc/init.d/docker start. What you have to do is, run the linux subsystem as administrator by right clicking from start menu. Apr 17, 2012 · The command I am using is "sudo /etc/init.d/gdm start" and I have also tried "sudo /etc/init.d/gdm restart". Command not found means your path is not set up to sudo. Use to absolute path. /usr/bin/sudo /etc/init.d/gdm start. I just installed ubuntu server 11.1 using vmware and then added the gui. Oct 21, 2020 · # /etc/init.d/apache2 start OR $ sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 start OR $ sudo service apache2 start. A note about Debian/Ubuntu Linux systemd users Use the following systemctl command on Debian Linux version 8.x+ or Ubuntu Linux version Ubuntu 15.04+ or above: ## Start command ## systemctl start apache2.service ## Stop command ## systemctl stop ... See full list on vitux.com Dec 09, 2012 · But I can't find xinetd folder under /etc/init.d, so I can't execute command: /etc/init.d/xinetd restart. Then I try to another way: service xinetd restart, it is ok. I am confused that why the first way invalid ? Anyone have meet the problem? Regards Tom I got the same error message "start" command not found. My issue got resolved by following the below mentioned steps.-open the folder in which you want to create the app using terminal then type these commands: npm uninstall -g create-react-app; npx create-react-app FolderName (This will automatically install the latest create-react-app version) Apr 25, 2016 · For those are familiar with RHEL/OEL 4 and 5, there is some differences to start ASMLib on OEL 6 and 7. So, a quick guide to install (done on OEL 7), start and configure: 1. Install the ASMLib kernel module package as root using the following command: yum install kmod-oracleasm 2.