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* doc/guide.tex: Mentioned the problems about Windows service

* doc/guide.html: Likewise

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2008-02-20 Badlop <badlop@process-one.net>
* doc/guide.tex: Mentioned the problems about Windows service
* doc/guide.html: Likewise
* src/msgs/ru.msg: Updated (thanks to Konstantin Khomoutov)
* src/msgs/zh.msg: Updated (thanks to Mike Wang and Zhan Caibao)

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</PRE><P>The installer generates desktop shortcuts to start and stop ejabberd.</P><P>The Windows installer also adds ejabberd as a system service,
and a shortcut to a debug console for experienced administrators.
You can start ejabberd using the shortcut or the Windows service.
Note that the Windows service is a feature still in development,
and for example it doesn&#X2019;t keep track of changes made manually in ejabberdctl.cfg.
If you want ejabberd to be started automatically at boot time,
go to service settings and set ejabberd to be automatic started.</P><P>On a Linux system, if you want ejabberd to start as daemon at boot time,
go to the Windows service settings and set ejabberd to be automatic started.</P><P>On a Linux system, if you want ejabberd to start as daemon at boot time,
copy <TT>ejabberd.init</TT> from the bin directory to something like <TT>/etc/init.d/ejabberd</TT>
(depending on your distribution) and call <TT>/etc/inid.d/ejabberd start</TT> to start it.</P><P>The <TT>ejabberdctl</TT> administration script is included in the <TT>bin</TT> directory.
Please refer to the section&#XA0;<A HREF="#ejabberdctl">4.1</A> for details about <TT>ejabberdctl</TT>,

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The Windows installer also adds ejabberd as a system service,
and a shortcut to a debug console for experienced administrators.
You can start ejabberd using the shortcut or the Windows service.
Note that the Windows service is a feature still in development,
and for example it doesn't keep track of changes made manually in ejabberdctl.cfg.
If you want ejabberd to be started automatically at boot time,
go to service settings and set ejabberd to be automatic started.
go to the Windows service settings and set ejabberd to be automatic started.
On a Linux system, if you want ejabberd to start as daemon at boot time,
copy \term{ejabberd.init} from the bin directory to something like \term{/etc/init.d/ejabberd}