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If you want to, you can instead make a systemd .service file that does the same thing. A basic systemd .service file for the above command might look like the following: [Unit] Description=Start VNC server Requires=lightdm.service After=lightdm.service [Service] ExecStart=/usr/bin/x11vnc -auth /var/run/lightdm/root/:0 -display :0 -rfbauth ...
You can easily use the hack double Tab once you run : sudo service wo then double Tab this would automcplete or list all services startting with wo you can still use grep if your terminal support colors for example here is a test for my services: service --status-all | grep vnstat
There could be one of 2 issues here. Either you have no process called worker - I didn't. Try to grep for kill or dm - you should see something for them. You are seeing all of them. This is because it's giving it as lots of individual outputs, not just 1 thing. Each of those lines is printed separately, and it's as stderr not stdout. You have 2 options. ...
That is the freshclam daemon running that is causing that error message. If you check the log, tail -10 /var/log/clamav/freshclam.log you will probably see updates for the freshclam as early as today. As long as you're seeing updates, everything should be fine. If you want to change the intervals to the freshclam daemon, type in the following from a ...
pg_ctl is the postreSQL way to stop postgreSQL (in Ubuntu and Debian we should use pg_ctlcluster which is a wrapper for pg_ctl). The example in that link uses option `-p 5433". Another way is to give a kill signal to the process running postgresqld. To stop both at once, killall postgresqld might work. Finally as suggested in the comment by psyCHOder, ...
We can run Teamviewer automatically at logon using startup application. Search application startup application add teamviewer in startup program Name: Teamviewer Command: teamviewer Restart your system
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