[rc5] win95 client and logon/logoff

Dave Kaupp dave.kaupp at cubic.com
Wed Nov 12 16:14:19 EST 1997


On 12 Nov 97 at 13:55, Jeff Lawson wrote:

> At 01:28 PM 11/12/97 +0000, Dave Kaupp wrote:
> > I tried using the newset (11/11) gui version, if I start it as a 
> > service(?) it doesnt start until a user logs in.  If I put it in 
> >the start up, it waits for the user to push the 'use these settings' 
> >button. If I start it as a service while its in the startup, I get 
> >the client as allready running message, but it at least starts before 
> >the user logs in (I assume).
> 
> You are doing thing too manually.  If you just check the "autolaunch" item
> in gui client's configuration, it will add itself to the registry such that
> it will begin working immediately without the intial startup dialog.
> Additionally, in this manner the gui will properly handle preventing
> multiple instances, continued running through a user-logout, and startup
> before the first user logs in.

 I did have it set up that way and I'm not familair with windows, but 
here is the output from the log when I did logout and left it on the 
login menu. I logged back in 10 minutes later.


[11/12/97 21:58:14 GMT] Shutdown message received - Block being saved.
[11/12/97 21:58:14 GMT] Saved block 64034D2F:30000000 ( 0.00 percent
complete)
 [11/12/97 21:58:14 GMT] Saved block 64034D2F:60000000 (27.41
percent complete)
 [11/12/97 22:11:36 GMT] Block: 64034D2F:60000000 ready for 
processing 
[11/12/97 22:11:36 GMT] 32 Blocks remain in file
D:\AZIPTMP\buff-in.rc5
 [11/12/97 22:11:36 GMT] 2 Blocks are in file
D:\AZIPTMP\buff-out.rc5 Child thread # 1 has been started.
 [11/12/9722:11:39 GMT] Block: 64034D2F:30000000 ready for processing
[11/12/97 22:11:39 GMT] 31 Blocks remain in file
D:\AZIPTMP\buff-in.rc5
 [11/12/9722:11:39 GMT] 2 Blocks are in file
D:\AZIPTMP\buff-out.rc5 
R


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