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@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ The easiest way to get the bot going is to pull the repository, install [leining
You can also run `lein uberjar` which will create a standalone jar file for you to use to run the bot. You can just do java -jar jarfile to run it.
-Sexpbot has some basic background functionality. In order to use it, you must have lazybot uberjar'd. Create a file with any name. This will be your log file, where all the output from the bot is put. Next, rename lazybot-<version>-standalone.jar to lazybot.jar (this step will become unnecessary soon). After that, run `java -jar lazybot.jar --background --logpath /path/to/your/logfile`. lazybot will then start up and pump logs into the log file. Note however that this is NOT daemon functionality. If you start the bot this way, in order to kill him, you'll have to use the admin-only `die` command from the utils plugin, or look up the process id and kill him the low-level way. I may add full daemon functionality eventually, but this will suffice for now.
+Lazybot has some basic background functionality. In order to use it, you must have lazybot uberjar'd. Create a file with any name. This will be your log file, where all the output from the bot is put. Next, rename lazybot-<version>-standalone.jar to lazybot.jar (this step will become unnecessary soon). After that, run `java -jar lazybot.jar --background --logpath /path/to/your/logfile`. lazybot will then start up and pump logs into the log file. Note however that this is NOT daemon functionality. If you start the bot this way, in order to kill him, you'll have to use the admin-only `die` command from the utils plugin, or look up the process id and kill him the low-level way. I may add full daemon functionality eventually, but this will suffice for now.
**IMPORTANT: If you load the clojure plugin, you must rename and move "example.policy" to "~/.java.policy" to avoid some troublesome security errors!**

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