FYI the Debian packages (version 2.0.0 is ready and should be uploaded soon to experimental, unstable to follow) has those files already. It starts a Tryton server specifically for GNU Health (there is also another one running from the Tryton package itself, we have to see what's best to do).
You can have a look at . There's a little bit that's dependand on the layout of the Debian package, so you might want to also look at the init script provided with the Debian Tryton package .
2013/8/2 Luis Falcon <address@hidden> > > Dear Kaushik > On 02/08/2013 08:23, Kaushik wrote: > > Dear all, > > I am on ubuntu and would like to start the GNU Health server
> > at system start. I am looking at the debian init.d files. I was > > wondering if its worth adding instructions for this in the wiki page for > > major linux distibutions. > Thanks for your suggestion. Yes, I think is a good idea to have a
> startup script documented in the Wikibook. > > Remember that the user that has to execute the startup of Tryton must be > gnuhealth . > > Best, > > Best > > Kaushik
> > > > > > > > > > > -- > Luis Falcon > http://health.gnu.org >