FISHEYE_INST variable not read when running as a service on linux

I have crucicble/fisheye installed on linux as a service, but the service does not read the FISHEYE_INST directory. It works if I start it by manually running the script. I have FISHEYE_INST defined in /etc/environment. Is there a way to make it work with the service?

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Hi Jeff,

Please make sure that the file /etc/environment is with root user and group.

Also you can add an export line in the init.d script used to start FishEye.


The /etc/environment is as root, but that didn't seem to work. I just added an export to the init.d script and that did the trick, thanks.

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