On certain unsupported versions of Linux, Servosity may work fine, but one possible side effect is issues with the
apt-get upgrade process, which is a result of missing LSBInit information. You can fix this issue with the following procedure.
- Open a terminal window if you are running a GUI
- Type the following commands:
- In the text editor, insert the following lines above the line 'case "$1" in':
### BEGIN INIT INFO # Provides : obmscheduler # Required-Start : # Required-Stop : # Default-Start : 2 3 4 5 # Default-Stop : 0 1 6 # Short-Description : Servosity Scheduler # Description : Servosity Scheduler for Linux ### END INIT INFO
Once you have made the required changes:
- Press Ctrl+O to save the changes
- Press Ctrl+X to exit Nano
- Retry your apt-get upgrade, it should work fine now.
This process was tested on Linux Mint 18.1, an unsupported Linux operating system. While we strive to provide assistance when we can for unsupported operating systems, we cannot guarantee this will work for you.