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SiriProxy init.d script #498

elvisimprsntr opened this Issue Mar 30, 2013 · 1 comment

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I am very very close to have SiriProxy running via an /etc/init.d script. This is what I have:

  1. I can manually stop/start/restart the daemon from the command line using the init.d script, and siriproxy works!
  2. when I reboot, siriproxy will automatically start, but will crash upon launch of Siri.

Any suggestions for trouble shooting or correcting are welcome.




I was able to figure it out. I had to add the --chuid option.

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