Changes between Version 21 and Version 22 of UserGuide/Service


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Oct 17, 2015 6:33:22 PM (2 years ago)
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    33== What is a service? == 
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    5 Operating systems use services to start applications on system boot, run then in the background and can automatically restart if they crash. 
     5Operating systems use services to start applications on system boot and leave them running in the background. They will also stop the application nicely on system shutdown and automatically restart them if they crash. 
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    7 The Deluge daemon (deluged) and Deluge Web-UI (deluge-web) can both be run as services. 
     7The Deluge daemon `deluged` and Web UI `deluge-web` can both be run as services. 
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    99== Linux == 
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    11  * [wiki:UserGuide/Service/systemd systemd] (''Modern Linux distributions: '''Arch, Fedora, OpenSUSE, Debian (Jessie)'''. See [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Systemd#Adoption wikipedia] for systemd adoption.'') 
     11Most Linux distributions now use systemd. See [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Systemd#Adoption_and_reception wikipedia] for releases with systemd as ''default''. 
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    13  * [wiki:UserGuide/Service/Upstart Upstart] ''('''Ubuntu''' distributions '''11.04''' (Natty) through to '''14.10''' (Utopic).)'' 
     13 * [wiki:UserGuide/Service/systemd systemd] 
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    15  * [wiki:UserGuide/Service/DebianUbuntuInitd init.d] ''(Older Ubuntu and Debian distributions.)'' 
     15 * [wiki:UserGuide/Service/Upstart Upstart] ''(Ubuntu 11.04 to 14.10)'' 
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     17 * [wiki:UserGuide/Service/DebianUbuntuInitd init.d] ''(Obsolete)'' 
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    1719== Microsoft Windows ==