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Logstash agent doesn't run as a daemon on MAC OS X 10.9.1

I need to run the logstash agent as a Daemon on an MAC OS X System whenever the system boots up terminal: /usr/local/logstash/bin/logstash agent -f /usr/local/etc/cvlog.conf Per terminal the ...
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Launchd alternatives

I am writing an application that uses a library that will not work when the application is run as a launchd daemon. There is a bug in the library where it will throw a bus error when used from a ...
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How to kill buffers when quitting a client frame in emacs daemon

I'm using emacs as a daemon on OSX ML. When I close an instance emacsclient -t, I'd like emacs to kill all the buffers I've opened within the instance of emacsclient. Doing C-x C-c or C-x 5 0 does ...
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How to launch a daemon as root in OS X

I put my plist in /Library/LaunchAgents and my exexutive program in /usr/libexec and daemon statrs when system startup . But this daemon is owned by user . I try to put my plist in ...
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Running – or only starting – a daemon using launchd

I'm trying to set up YouTrack on OS X Lion Server and have it launch at boot using launchd. I have downloaded the YouTrack jar file which I can successfully run from the command line using java ...
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Using launchd for persistent scripts

I have launchd configured to run a script. This works fine for the user who installed it (me), but it relaunches the script every time I log in, while I'd like it to run as long as the computer is on ...
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daemons and daemon users (specifically transmission-daemon) on OS X 10.5.8

I'm trying to set up transmission-daemon on a box running Mac OS 10.5.8. I want to do things the right way, which means (to my understanding) create a service user (_transmission, for example) for ...
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What is the name of the screensaver daemon on Mac OS X?

My Mac's screensaver seems to be frozen, and I think quitting the process through SSH will resolve the problem. Does anyone know what the name of the process is?
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Stop a runaway launchd process on OS X Leopard

I created a launchd .plist file to in order to have a python script run every hour. I ended up editing and later deleting the .plist file ( in /Library/LaunchDaemons )... but somehow launchd is still ...