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SUPYBOT-BOTCHK(1)	    General Commands Manual	     SUPYBOT-BOTCHK(1)

NAME
       supybot-botchk -	A script to start Supybot if it's not already running.

SYNOPSIS
       supybot-botchk [options]

DESCRIPTION
       supybot-botchk  is  a script that will start Supybot if it detects that
       one is not currently running.  This can be useful for scheduling	 supy-
       bot(1) to run via cron(8).

OPTIONS
       -h, --help
	      Show summary of options.

       -v, --verbose
	      Use verbose output when running the script.

       --botdir=BOTDIR
	      Determines which directory the bot be started in.

       --pidfile=PIDFILE
	      Specifies	 the  name of the pidfile to look for.	This should be
	      relative to the given botdir.

       --supybot=SUPYBOT
	      Specifies	the location of	supybot(1).  If	this is	not given,  it
	      is assumed that supybot(1) is in the user's $PATH.

       --conffile=CONFFILE
	      Specifies	 the  path to the bot's	configuration file.  This will
	      be used when (re)starting	the bot.

SEE ALSO
       python(1), supybot(1), supybot-test(1), supybot-wizard(1),  supybot-ad-
       duser(1), supybot-plugin-doc(1),	supybot-plugin-create(1)

AUTHOR
       This  manual page was originally	written	by James McCoy <vega dot james
       at gmail	dot com>.  Permission is granted to  copy,  distribute	and/or
       modify  this  document  under  the terms	of the Supybot license,	a BSD-
       style license.

				  APRIL	2005		     SUPYBOT-BOTCHK(1)

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