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  • I’m a long time Slackware user of Firebird, and don’t find that any of this is needed. Here’s how I do it:

    1. unpack the firebird…tgz package.
    2. ./install.sh

    If you run Classic Server – that’s it, install is complete (just make sure inetd is running). If you run Super Server, you can easily start the server like this:

    /opt/firebird/bin/fbmgr -start -forever

    If you wan’t it to start everytime you boot up, simply add that line to /etc/rc.d/rc.M or /etc/rc.d/rc.local

    To stop it, use:

    /opt/firebird/bin/fbmgr -shut

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