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From: Cecil Westerhof <Ce...@decebal.nl>
Subject: Re: /etc/init.dboot.local
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Date: Sun, 28 Oct 2012 14:47:11 +0100
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Op zaterdag 27 okt 2012 23:41 CEST schreef Cecil Westerhof:
> I installed leafnode. With cron I fetch every hour the new articles.
> Because of this I want to also fetch the news when booting. For this I
> added the script I am using to fetch the articles to:
> But the script is not called when booting. Do I need to do something
> Also I also want to fetch the news after coming out of hibernation. Is
> this possible?
I can make everything a lot easier for myself. As I understood it
leafnode had to be accessed locally and you need to do stuff to make
it available on your local network. That seems not to be the case. I
just tried to connect from my server to leafnode on my PC and it
worked like a charm. So I expect that the other-way around should work
The server is always online, so I do not have to care about boot,
hibernate, waking up and shutdown. I only need a way to instruct
leafnode on the server to fetch again from the PC. But that should not
be a big problem I suppose. So lets install it again.
But if there is a way to automatically send the queued messages on
shutdown and hibernate, I still would like to know how. Then I could
make it work for people without a server also.
Senior Software Engineer