I have setup mod_tiles and the renderd binary that comes with it functions properly when run manually. I want to however make it run automatically when the server starts. I'm in linux. How can I do this?

I am running Archlinux and it uses systemd to manage the startup services. Anyone has any knowledge of this?

Even if someone has a knowledge in Debian or Ubuntu, I could try to convert it to Arch.

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What distribution and version of Linux are you using? The way that you configure things to run in the background at system startup can vary somewhat.

(08 May '13, 21:41) SomeoneElse ♦
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Just updated the question.

(09 May '13, 16:03) bibstha
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Installing renderd as a service on ArchLinux is just the same as creating a custom systemd service.

(16 May '13, 09:39) scai ♦

The question has been closed for the following reason "Question is off-topic or not relevant" by Pieren 17 May '13, 15:14


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Use your prefered web search tool to find an how-to set-up a service at Archlinux boot. Your question is not related to OSM.

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