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Running ntop daemon with the -o option

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How do I start the ntop daemon with  the -o option? I tried these two

sudo /etc/init.d/ntop -o start
sudo /etc/init.d/ntop start -o

but got neither one works
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Edit the File /etc/init.d/ntop and add "-o" option to Start Script, and that's all...
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by:steiner470
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There are several calls in the script, I don't know which one to modify:

DAEMON="/usr/sbin/ntop"
NAME="ntop"
DESC="network top daemon"
INIT="/etc/default/ntop"
HOMEDIR="/var/lib/ntop"
LOGDIR="/var/log/ntop"
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INIT="/etc/default/ntop"

add your option to /etc/default/ntop

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