?????? #6736 ?????? ???????? SIMS@stalker.com
?? ????: Paul Hess <hess@yacht.com>
????: Re: Launch after startup
????: Thu, 31 Aug 2000 08:08:00 -0400
????: <SIMS@mail.stalker.com>

KIU ("keep it up") is a great application for doing this.  You can tell it to launch SIMS, and you can also configure it to re-launch SIMS if SIMS crashes (although SIMS never seems to crash), and can set it to reboot the machine on a weekly basis or if there were XX number of SIMS crash/relaunch occurances.  It also provides a web interface for monitoring the server, log files, etc.

I have SIMS installed on a Mac that is sometimes used as a workstation for publishing applications.  If one of the users "quits" from SIMS when they are done, I have KIU set to wait 5 minutes to be sure they're gone, then relaunch SIMS for me.

KIU is at <http://www.vl-brabant.be/mac/>

                                - Paul

At 8:02 AM -0400 8/30/00, Daniel Knight wrote:
>I've moved SIMS to a new iMac 350, where it's the only application. For
>stability, I prefer to launch programs _after_ the Finder instead of
>using the Startup Items folder. Rather than buy another copy of Quickeys
>just to launch one application, I'm wondering what options exist to
>launch an application after the Finder is up and running.
>Dan Knight, information systems manager       dknight@bakerbooks.com
>Baker Book House Company                 <http://www.bakerbooks.com>
>6030 East Fulton                                   616-676-9185 x146
>Ada, Michigan 49301                                 fax 616-676-9573
>  Macs for productivity, Unix for stability, Windows for solitaire

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