I'm wondering what the coLinux installer does in the install process that lets coLinux daemons be run as services. If I copy the files from a coLinux install on one computer onto a computer that coLinux has never been installed on, coLinux will run fine but if I try and run it as a service I get the error:

The service process could not connect to the service controller

However, if I then go install coLinux somewhere else on the computer I copied the coLinux install onto I can then start the copied version as a service. This leads me to think that the coLinux installer is setting up something to do with the service controller? I was wondering if anyone could shed some light on this.