[nos-bbs] JNOS SystemD file

Brian n1uro at n1uro.ampr.org
Sun Mar 13 19:51:34 EDT 2016

Add the following into a new file called jnos.system
in /lib/systemd/system:

Description = JNOS Server
After=syslog.target network.target

ExecStart=/jnos/startnos /dev/tty3
# set above to the path to your startnos file

WantedBy = multi-user.target
WantedBy = network.target

next run systemctl daemon-reload
         systemctl start jnos.service
	 systemctl enable jnos.service

This will keep your JNOS system up and running even in the event of a
crash. I've tested this on VE1CGH who's recently migrated to a Pi and
SystemD, and used my ax25.service and uronode.* files as templates.
URONode is the first node system I believe that's natively SystemD ready
along with natively IPv6 ready.

<rhetorical> Why is it linux users can install and operate *any* version of M$ 
Windoze but the same can't be said in reverse?</rhetorical>

73 de Brian - N1URO
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