On 2/17/06, William Ramirez <mercan01 / gmail.com> wrote:> On 2/17/06, Patrick Hurley <phurley / gmail.com> wrote:> > You did "install" the service using win3-service right? (just asking)> Nope, I used the command sc.exe, which allows you to create services. I> didn't see the need to create an 'installer' just for testing purposes. I> browsed the win32-service documentation and it didn't appear to do anything> special with regards to service creation.
It's not a traditional installer; it's registering the service. Lookat what Ruwiki does for service management in its command-line.
-austin--Austin Ziegler * halostatue / gmail.com               * Alternate: austin / halostatue.ca