Linux upstart instead of init.d

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but it makes it painful to figure out why something doesn’t start as there’s no way I’ve found to debug – i.e. it run the start/stop, etc in their own process and messages seem to get sent to /dev/null…an echo “hello” 1>&2 doesn’t end up in the logs.   Someday I’ll understand why…

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Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010 Linux