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jochem's answer is more thorough and correct, please reference it. First, create a jetbrains user on your server. Second, assuming you choose to use init.d (System V), do the following: $ touch /etc/init.d/jetbrains-license-server $ chmod +x /etc/init.d/jetbrains-license-server Now place the following contents in this file: #!/bin/bash # Startup ...


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The anwer of @chris-betti is correct. However for DEBIAN based systems I have three additions: ensure that runlevel 2 the license-server is also started ensure that there is a jetbrains user ensure that the PID file is in the correct location (/opt//logs/license-server.pid) ad 1: see the script file below. You need to change the line # Default Start to ...



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