Yep, that's exactly what I meant, I change to directory "/etc/init.d/" and
from the root shell prompt "#" I write:
But it seems that it wants to process the file "restart", instead of
understanding the option restart.
Thanks for your answer,
Jim Knuth wrote:[color=blue]
> Am 12.04.2008 0:41 Uhr, schrieb hiram:[color=green]
>> It's Hiram again. I've updated the "local.cf" file and I'm trying to
>> spam assassin.
>> I write:
>> /etc/init.d/# spamassassin restart
>> But I get:
>> Unable to open restart: No such file or directory
>> What can I do to restart it? I'm running it in debian-sarge.
>> I'm kind of very new to spam assassin, any help will be very appreciated!
>> Thanks beforehand,
> /etc/init.d/spamassassin restart
> or so
> cd /etc/init.d/
> ./spamassassin restart
> Linux basics. ;)
> mit freundlichem Gruss - with kind regard
> Jim Knuth
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