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I am trying to start virtuoso on Debian 6.0 by issuing the command:

/etc/init.d/virtuoso-opensource-6.1 start

It fails with the message

virtuoso-opensource-6.1 disabled, /etc/default/virtuoso-opensource-6.1. ... failed!

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Edit the file /etc/default/virtuoso-opensource-6.1 and set RUN=yes.

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Please accept your own answer, assuming it answers your original question... – TallTed Jun 5 '15 at 14:53

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