I made a successful installation of Ignition 7.9.x on over Ubuntu with openjdk-8.
Then I wanted to disable the auto-start service at startup, so I did what manual said, running this commands.
/etc/init.d/ignition stop update-rc.d -f ignition remove rm /etc/init.d/ignition
Now I want to undo this action, however I seems harder than I thought.
1.I was able to copy
update-rc.d -f ignition defaults
3.Failed to start the service from
I get this on the console and it seems that the file I deleted has no dependencies, while
ignition.sh has dependencies to