Originally Posted by jonbanjo
I had a "fun" with an init scripts for my Raspberry Pi and in the end resorted to killall to terminate the program. The XPL Hub
I'm using starts a couple of new processes and then exits so the pid you grab is for a process that has already closed.
I've been setting up a new (OpenSuse) PC to handle my various network tasks. It also needs the XPL hub. I thought I'd try a systemd service file . I've not used one before but I was pleasantly surprised. All I needed was: