Note The buffering setting is the number zero not the letter O

After the script file completes its work, launch your Web browser and navigate to http://localhost/FogBugz/install1.php to finish installing FogBugz. Now you need to set up the FogBugz Maintenance Service daemon, fpgbugzd. To start the daemon manually, enter these commands:

$ cd (your FogBugz directory) $ cd Accessories $ ./dispatchod start

You'll probably also want to add the daemon to your server's startup script so that it starts automatically. How you do this depends on which variety of Unix you're using:

Red Hat or Mandrake Linux Add this line to the bottom of your /etc/rc.local file: (your FogBugz directory)/Accessories/fogbugzd start

Debian Linux Create this shell script in your /etc/rc.boot directory, named fogbugzd.sh:

(your FogBugz directory)/Accessories/fogbugzd start Make the script executable: $ chmod +x fogbugzd.sh

SuSE Linux Add this line to the bottom of your /etc/init.d/boot.local file:

(your FogBugz directory)/Accessories/fogbugzd start

FreeBSD Create this shell script in your /usr/local/etc/rc.d directory, named fogbugzd.sh:

(your FogBugz directory)/Accessories/fogbugzd start Make the script executable: $ chmod +x fogbugzd.sh

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