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AW: Starting Squid upon bootup in Windows 2000
- From: "Michael Bunk" <bunk at iat dot uni-leipzig dot de>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2007 13:44:03 +0200
- Subject: AW: Starting Squid upon bootup in Windows 2000
> Hi once again. I had installed SSH on cygwin and it starts by default
> upon startup in my Windows 2000 box.
> I guess it got in the startup directory because I installed it from
> cygwin setup/ports.
It doesn't use any Startup Folder, but ssh-host-config installs ssh as a
service, which is started automatically.
> Is there an easy way to start daemons such as Squid or Bind which were
> downloaded and installed from source?
Take a look at cygrunsrv. It is used by ssh-host-config. It allows to
install almost any application as a service.
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