Where are the Controlling Features?

Read 8221 times
Hello,

I miss this functions at my new server install:
http://www.centova.com/doc/cast/internals/commandline_tools/controlling_centova_cast

Has something changed in version 3.2.2 ???

Best regards,
Jürgen
No problems here.
I don't understand this...

Centova runs, also after a reboot, but a can't do "/etc/init.d/centovacast restart" anymore.

What does here happen? It's a new and fresh installation...

Best regards,
Jürgen
How about a:
service centovacast restart
??
Server Crash... New Install ......  >:(

What happens here? Ist there some bug in this software?
System restored...  ;)

I use "Debian 8.1 stable (Jessie)" and "Centova 3.2.2"...

But there are all scripts (from centova) missing in /etc/init.d ...

Any hint, want goes wrong here?
Sounds like your install didn't fully install. (Centova Cast)
CrossFire-Hosting LLC.
Co-Owner
I don't know ... :(

After a new install (and 2 hours offline streams) is all okay.

"service centovacast restart" do the job fine........
I use "Debian 8.1 stable (Jessie)" and "Centova 3.2.2"...
But there are all scripts (from centova) missing in /etc/init.d ...
Don't blame us, blame systemd. :)  CentOS 7 and Debian 8 do not use sysv init, so /etc/init.d is no longer relevant for ANY application (including but not limited to Centova Cast).  sysvinit emulation may be present for some applications, but it's deprecated.

Read up on systemd's "systemctl" utility for more information.  Briefly though, you want "systemctl start xxx" where you used to use "/etc/init.d/xxx start".
I'm sorry...

It's not the problem from centova! :-)

I love Centova and use it a few years ago...

Best regards,
Jürgen