We have a system that's already running on several instances of Ubuntu 8.04 Desktop. It has a bunch of daemons (one of them is PHP based) that need to be running and they work on our existing Ubuntu desktop instances. Now, I'm trying to set up the same system on an Ubuntu 8.04 Server box, but I get this:
$ sudo /etc/init.d/bar start start-stop-daemon: Unable to start /opt/Foo/bar/bar.php: No such file or directory (No such file or directory)
opt/Foo/bar/bar.php is there, it is readable and even executable. Same thing happens with the other, binary daemons.
If you're asking why I'm still stuck with Hardy, it's because of some compatibility issues. I'm trying to migrate to the server edition as it is supported and makes more sense anyway as it's basically only ever used as a LAMP stack with SSH access.