I recently built a newer ubuntu server and started gnump3d (v 1.18) up on it.
was working fine for a few weeks, until today, when I attempted to
include an IP in the allowed_clients = list. (appending a semicolon and
the ip to the current list).
I backed out that change and set it back to only allow my local network ips in:
allowed_clients = 192.168.1.0/8
may well have screwed up the configuration file, but can't get it
working again. The odd thing is that it even has a process id (see
Using the older config file results in the same behavior.
I run a restart of the daemon and it indicates that it wasn't running in the first place:
$sudo /etc/init.d/gnump3d restart
Restarting gnump3d: start-stop-daemon: warning: failed to kill 17689: No such process
I can confirm that it didn't start with this bit of bash (which returns no results):
$ps -A|grep gnump3d
If I run just a start, i get this output, but again gnump3d doesn't actually start:
$sudo /etc/init.d/gnump3d start
Starting gnump3d: gnump3d.
Any help would be greatly appreciated