Hello, I am a Linux newbie and I have spent the last several hours trying to get the no-ip client application installed and working on my fresh install of Ubuntu. It works, and I can run the application and see that it is working. However, I want the application to start when the computer starts. (Before login)
I have placed the following .sh file in /etc/init.d/
However, when I login I can run this command:/usr/local/bin/noip2
sudo /usr/local/bin/noip2 -S
And it tells me that there are no instances of noip2 running. I think the problem is that I have to use sudo to start noip2, otherwise it tells me:
And I know for a fact that file does exist. When I use sudo it does not complain at all and noip2 starts.Can't locate configuration file /usr/local/etc/no-ip2.conf. (Try -c). Ending!
Being a total newbie, I am not really sure what to even look for next, so any help is much appreciated.