Ignore the ding dongs telling you to use systemd. It will work, but the pid and log files will not be touched. That’s not very helpful when using the start up script to restart, or reconfig KiwiIRC. Plus it’s handy to have log files to know what the service is doing. Crontab for the win!
Under the user that KiwiIRC is running.
Then enter this line with the full path to where KiwiIRC is installed.
@reboot /home/user/bin/KiwiIRC/kiwi start
KiwiIRC will now automatically start on boot of the server and the pid and log files will be properly written to.
Notice: This version of KiwiIRC is considerably outdated and unsupported I highly recommend upgrading to the latest version. This configuration will not work with the latest version as it is entirely different.
This is the announcement of the 2017 Poo Grotto Expansion Project #5. It will be commencing on or about the 1st of March. This will be one of the largest expansion projects and stump removals. There are a total of three stumps to be removed, with the largest one in the photo below. Two smaller ones are behind the large stump. The main stump is substantially rotted. Depending on the amount of rot and how large the root system is it may be a quick removal. The other vegetation may cause delays in removal. There will be plenty of campfire wood for the 2017 camping season. Cobar and I are ready for Super Adventure Fun Time.
I haven’t posted much about Cobar for a very long time. He has been by my side almost every day since about 2011. He is now 9 years old. Much older than I had ever expected him to live. It has been a long emotional roller coaster. One where I am now suffering from Major Depression. He has been doing very good for the past year or so, but for the latter part of 2016 he injured his front right shoulder that took 4 months to heal. We have now both suffered the loss of our partner in life after she no longer wanted to be in our world and moved out. She had apathy for him and didn’t even say goodbye. So I am now responsible for him.
His leg has healed and I am in the process of healing myself and keeping Cobar safe and happy. I’ve created a new routine of walking him every morning on the weekdays and Saturdays are going to a park day. Which eventually will turn into Saturday Adventure Time when I can afford to drive farther out and go on trail hikes and camping adventures with him.
I will be posting more often on our adventures and what we are doing.
I lost my best friend of 18 years over the past 4 weeks.
Don’t worry, I kept Cobar. He is doing better than I expected with Beckys absence. It was rough for him in the fall of 2016, but he’s healed and we are walking every day. It’s just him and I now and he is my responsibility and I am his world.