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Re: How can I tell how a service was installed with cygrunsrv?
- From: "Jared Cheney" <jaredcheney at yahoo dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 21 Feb 2003 13:51:42 -0700
- Subject: Re: How can I tell how a service was installed with cygrunsrv?
- References: <email@example.com>
(where 'sshd' is the name of the service installed via cygrunsrv)
The Parameters key contains the command line arguments needed for the
service to run, I believe in the key AppArgs.
The path the binary exists in is in the key AppPath.
Hope that helps,
"Chuck Ocheret" <ocheret at panix dot com> wrote in message
news:00b101c2d7b6$db11c5f0$6301a8c0 at readyposition dot com dot dot dot
> Is there some option to the cygrunsrv command or some file I can look at
> that will show me what command line was provided when cygrunsrv was used
> to install a service? I would have thought that some argument to ps
> would show command line arguments but there doesn't seem to be such an
> option on cygwin's ps. Any advice would be appreciated.
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