How to start Rev by shell or startup item in the background under Mac OS X

Pierre Sahores psahores at easynet.fr
Mon May 2 19:04:50 EDT 2005


Thanks Ken and Brian for the help :-)

Unfortunaly, this don't feet the need to be able to start the process 
in root protected mode with access to a socket port < 1024. In more 
detailled words, is it a way to start a rev application from the Darwin 
shell console even if none of Cocoa nor XWindows are launched (darwin 
single user console mode start up) ?

Best, Pierre

Le 2 mai 05, à 23:13, Brian Yennie a écrit :

> Pierre,
>
> If you just want to launch an ordinary MacOSX Rev standalone on 
> startup, you can put it in:
>
> /System/Library/StartupItems/
>
> You could also put an AppleScript in here to perform all sorts of 
> actions.
>
> Along with Ken's tip, you could hide the GUI and make it a background 
> process- although sometimes it is actually nice to have an admin 
> interface visible.
>
> HTH,
>
> - Brian
>
>> Hello to All,
>>
>> I use Rev as a deamon server (alike Apache, PostgreSQL and so on - 
>> not just as a CGI engine) under the linux platform in starting 
>> stack's instances in the Init System V way. I would be interested to 
>> know if anyone can say if it is possible to get the same result under 
>> the Mac OS X platform and if yes, how to set up Rev to be able to 
>> start it as a deamon application (witch engine and librairies, how to 
>> build the start-up adequate component) ?
>>
>> Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
>>
>> Best Regards,
>>
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