Okay, so hacking around (after installing the service), I've added the
following line (at line 483) to the service script to force the correct
I also made the corresponding file
This is, obviously, a horrible hack, but it works, and that's the main
On 21 October 2011 09:52, biot023 email@example.com wrote:
Hi -- I'm investigating this, but I'm not really a bash shell
scripter, so any suggestions & advice would be very gratefully
Or any pointers to anywhere else I could go to ask the question?
On Oct 19, 11:13 am, doug livesey biot...@gmail.com wrote:
Hi -- I've followed the instructions for installing elasticsearch on
but when I try to run the elasticsearch service wrapper, I get this
The file /opt/elasticsearch/bin/service/exec/elasticsearch-linux-x86-64
definitely there, and is executable.
Can anyone offer any advice on how I might fix this?
I'm running Ubuntu (Hardy), and it's only 32 bit, which might be related