The O.P. is running Ubuntu 20, so it seems they may need to do some updating, and one solution might be to reinstall FAH as a service, which would remove init.d as a potential problem!calxalot wrote: ↑Fri Feb 10, 2023 11:38 pm It would start and daemonize, then the child would fall because it doesn’t have permission to change files owned by user “fahclient”.
Think Ubuntu 22 doesn’t support init.d. In any case the installed ini.d script has been malfunctioning for some time. Things like no pid file, running as root.
Do I understand this correctly? If fork, pid, respawn & daemon were removed, wouldn't they be added back automatically when FAHClient is restarted, if required?
Actually, you can install it as a service or choose to run it from the command line. If it's a service, using system.d would be required, would it?