I created a service via "colinux-daemon.exe -c config.xml --install-service "
when I try to remove the service I get the following error:
 
F:\coLinux>colinux-daemon.exe --remove-service "Coopeative Linux"
Cooperative Linux Daemon, 0.6.2
Compiled on Sat Feb  5 10:19:28 2005

daemon: removing service 'Coopeative Linux'
daemon: failed to remove service. OpenService() failed

The context of the XML file is:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<colinux>
    <!-- This line needs to point to your root file system.
    For example change "root_fs" to the name of the Debian image.
         Inside coLinux it will be /dev/cobd0
 
  Block Device Aliasing: You can now handle most dual-boot issues
  by adding an alias="devname" to block_device. i.e. alias="hda",
  alias="hda1" You can do this for SCSI as well as IDE.  You need
  to be aware that if you add an alias, you need to change your
  bootparams root="devname" appropriately (you may need to use
  devfs naming in some situations).  -->
    <block_device index="0" path="\DosDevices\f:\coLinux\root_fs"
    enabled="true" />
   
    <!-- This line can specify a swap file if you wish, or an additional
         image file, it will /dev/cobd1. Additional block_devices can
  be specified in the same manner by increasing the index -->

    <block_device index="1" path="\DosDevices\f:\coLinux\swap_device"
    enabled="true" />

    <!-- bootparams allows you to pass kernel boot parameters -->
    <bootparams>root=/dev/cobd0</bootparams>

    <!-- Initial RamDISK (initrd) support -->
    <initrd path="initrd.gz" />
   
    <!-- image allows you to specify the kernel to boot -->
    <image path="vmlinux" />

    <!-- this line allows you to specify the amount of memory available
         to coLinux -->
    <memory size="128" />

    <!-- This allows you to modify networking parameters, see the README
         or website or wiki for more information -->
    <network index="0" type="tap" />
</colinux>



 
On 12/26/05, danny staple <orionrobots@gmail.com > wrote:
Good afternoon Nadav,
Did you try to start it just on the command line first? Give that a go
first - if you dont get any joy, post any error messages back here,
along with the actual command line used, and be prepared that you may
be asked for the contents fo your XML file.

Danny
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On 24/12/05, Nadav Vinik < nadavvin@gmail.com> wrote:
> I install coLinux and according to the manual I created a service via
> "" but I coulden't start it.
> I try to remove the service via "" and it didn't remove.
> I change the XML file to point coLinux path and I try to remove again
> The service and it didn't succeed.
> I created another service call "coooppeative_Linux" and I able to
> start it, but coLinux didn't start. I try to remove the new service
> but I couldn't do it and now it can't start.
> so now I have two services which unable to start and I can't remove
> them and coLinux dosen't open.
>
> What I need to do?
> and you freely correct my english gramer.
>
> thanks for your help
> nadav
>
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