is a command (for Windows only) that allows hosted Inferno
to run automatically as a Windows service, under Windows 2000 and XP.
For Windows NT, use the command
which otherwise has identical interface.
is the (proposed) Windows service name;
is the root of the Inferno directory tree,
including the drive letter.
Once added, a service can be controlled using the Windows service manager:
it may be stopped, started, or have its attributes changed.
is set to start automatically when Windows starts up.
Services run by default under the local Windows `System' identity.
All Windows processes and threads the service creates (eg, using
are destroyed when the service is stopped.
There may be many different services, each with a distinct
first parameter tells it what to do:
- Add a new service
that when started will invoke
to run the Inferno command
with any additional arguments.
- Delete an existing service
requires the directory
to contain both