How to start and stop a service? [duplicate]



I need to write a shell script to start and stop an android service .


I’m a beginner in Android, but got it working like this:

in AndroidManifest.xml, make sure you, inside , have something like this:

where YourServiceSubClassName extend is your java class that is the service. Where com.some.package is the package name, for me both in AndroidManifest.xml and in Java.
Used a article as help, look for

Note also, supposedly between the package name and the class name there should be .service. in the text, I guess this is some convention, but for me this caused ClassNotFoundException that I’m yet to solve.

Then, install your apk. I did from eclipse but also adb install -r yourApkHere.apk should work. Uninstall is adb uninstall, btw.

You can start it from host system like this, thanks Just a Tim and MrRoy:

adb shell am startservice...
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If your email software suddenly starts downloading duplicate copies of the same emails, there are four common causes to consider.

1. Your email software has more than one “Account” or “Profile” or “Personality” configured to download messages from the same email POP account. As a result, your software downloads one copy for each Account/Profile/Personality.

Symptom: All email from all senders are downloaded two or more times; but only up to a certain number of copies, which remains the same… ie: two copies of every email or three copies of each. Solution: Manually review each Account/Profile/Personality within your email software to make sure that the same POP account isn’t listed more than once.

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This question already has an answer here:

I've tried the top comment here Disable a Windows service from the command line but when I restart the computer the service is back up and running again.

If I manually go into services.msc and change the Startup type to "Disabled", change the Service Status to "Stop" and then Click "Apply" and then "OK", after rebooting the computer it is still disabled.

This is the commands I am issuing

sc stop "igfxCUIService1.0.0.0" sc config "igfxCUIService1.0.0.0" start= disabled

And the following is the logging

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Possible Duplicate:
What’s the recommended way to enable / disable services?

Are there any other command to start stop restart service in ubuntu other than the below following.

service --status-all service stop sudosysv-rc-conf

It depends largely on the service. The new and preferred way to stop start and restart services is through /etc/init.d. So, for example, to stop or start the Apache Webserver, you can run

/etc/init.d/apache2 stop

/etc/init.d/apache2 start

The same is true of many other services, but probably not all. You can use the utility sysv-rc-conf to see which services you have that use an init.d script and manage them that way as well. Run it with sudo sysv-rc-conf.

If you're looking for a GUI application, try Boot up Manager. Install with

apt-get install bum

and run from the UI or from a terminal with

sudo bum

Usage and documentation can be found here.

You can use the following...

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All, anyone know anything about OSX/IOS "Photos" app ability to detect and remove duplicate photo9? My "Photos" library has 63,299 photos & 2135 videos as of May 2016 and at least 10,000 + of these photos are duplicates (based on a scan by Photosweeper). I have checked the result of the Photosweeper scan by doing a manual visual comparison and check of original image files in iphoto library (using show location function) and confirmed these 10,000+ photos are identical duplicate images with different file names located in different parts of photo library database.

So what is going on and how do I stop 10-15% of my image library being duplicate files!!! I will raise this directly with apple support as paying for the 1TB icloud service to cover my very large "Photos" library which should probably just be a Large Photo Library!!!!

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Let me first say: Do not use task killers. You are only making the problem worse. Why? Let me explain how the Android OS works.

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This question already has an answer here:

I have a JAR file and I would like to register and run it as a Windows service. With a well-configured JAR and already registered JVM shutdown hooks it should not be a big work to do this.

I already have a JAR with externallibdir, I can start it withjava -jar My.jarand stop withCtrl+C.

I also checked JSL, JSmooth, and procrun from Apache with no working solution.

I would need a working solution with a good tutorial.

Update:I succeeded with both procrun (at last), and the manual .net service wrapper too... Here is the code for the procrun version of my install.bat:

set PR_PATH=%CD% SET PR_SERVICE_NAME=MyService SET PR_JAR=MyService.jar SET SET START_METHOD=main SET STOP_CLASS=java.lang.System SET STOP_METHOD=exit rem ; separated values SET STOP_PARAMS=0 rem ; separated values SET JVM_OPTIONS=-Dapp.home=%PR_PATH% prunsrv.exe //IS//%PR_SERVICE_NAME%...
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Notifications are crucial for keeping you informed about events that are happening across your Mac, but also across the World Wide Web. Notifications can give you a head’s up about everything from breaking news on your favourite media websites, to a new ‘like’ on your latest Facebook post. Even better, notifications provide all this information without you having to navigate away from whatever you’re currently doing.

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On occasion, Windows may direct you to disable or end a service in the course of trying to troubleshoot a problem with a Windows application. During those times, refer to these steps for the proper procedure:

Open the Control Panel.

Open the Administrative Tools window.

In Windows 7, choose System and Security and then choose Administrative Tools.

In Windows Vista, choose System and Maintenance and then choose Administrative tools.

In Windows XP, open the Administrative Tools icon.

Open the Services icon.

Double-click the service you want to stop or disable.

The service’s dialog box appears.

Ensure that the General tab is selected.

To stop the service, click the Stop button.

If the Stop button isn’t available (it’s dimmed), the service hasn’t started. Good.

To prevent the service from starting when Windows starts, choose Disable from the drop-down menu next to Startup Type.

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Should that not be...

If oNamesDict.Exists(UCASE(oFolder.Name))Then
WScript.Echo "Renaming " & oFolder.Path & " to " & ofolder.ParentFolder.Path & "\" & oNamesDict.Item(UCase(oFolder.Name))
oFolder.Name = oNamesDict.Item(UCase(oFolder.Name))
End If
RenameSubFolders oFolder.Path, oNamesDict

where 'oNames' should be 'oNamesDict'?

Also, note the use of the CODE tag in my post. You should use this tag when posting code or any other lengthy text here on AppDeploy. It makes post much easier to read and follow.

Look what I found...'// =========================================================================================================
'// Name: ControlServiceWMI
'// Purpose: Controls services using WMI
'// Input: strComputer - String - the computer on which we want to control the service. Null means local machine
'// strService - String - the name of the service. If blank, the function will...

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