About messy code!


I 've installed openfire in my deparment,when the server started,there are some messy code on the lanch page,I think it’s bacause I’ve chosed Chinese(simplified),now I want to hide the lanch page,what should I do?I’ve read the source code in ServerStarter and XMPPServer.java ,but failed to find it out.

Thanks for giving advices!

What OS is it running

on? If it is windows, read the install documents in the openfire

program folder for instructions on running it as a service.

I’ve read the install document,but I want to hide the lanch page,because on Window most people used to click the program to run it,maybe others will bother asking about it.I want to hide it from modify the code.thanks a lot!!

If you’re running Openfire on Windows, you will likely want to

run Openfire as a standard Windows service after initial setup.

If you used the Windows installer, a openfire-service.exe file

will be in the bin directory of the installation. You can use

this executable to install and control the Openfire service.

From a console window, you can run the following commands:

  • openfire-service /install – installs the service.

  • openfire-service /uninstall – uninstalls the service.

  • openfire-service /start – starts the service

  • openfire-service /stop – stops the service.

After the Openfire service is installed delete the icons in the start menu and desktop. Also openfire only needs to be on a server which I would assume only limited people have access to.

If you install the

openfire service with the instructions I have provided it runs

automatically at boot with no users logged in. It runs as a windows

service. The is no launch window, no visible sign that it is running at

all other than you can access the admin page for openfire. That is

whole point of the service. It allows openfire to start unattended with

the boot of the system.