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We recently rebooted a machine and lost a Trac website for keeping up tickets. I found the command to get ti up as before, but closing my terminal kills it. ...
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    Unhappy Basic Q - setting up new service, Trac


    We recently rebooted a machine and lost a Trac website for keeping up tickets. I found the command to get ti up as before, but closing my terminal kills it.

    Is there a prfix to run this command as a root service? Assuming a two-liner in /etc/init'd/ would start it next time the machine boots.

    Code:
    tracd --port 8000 /var/lib/trac --auth=trac,/var/lib/trac/conf/trac.htdigest,'tableausoftware.com'
    Thanks for any help

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    I found this article, the guy seems to have had the same problem as you.

    Start Trac on Startup - Init.d Script for tracd at Guy Rutenberg

    It doesn't look like it has all the settings that you need, but I am pretty sure that there is a config file that you can put all of your settings into for trac

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