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There are a few ways that you can start and stop Stash:

At install time

The Stash installer automatically starts Stash.

On Windows and Linux systems you can choose to have Stash installed as a service.

 

 

 

When Stash runs as a service

If Stash is installed as a service on Windows and Linux systems, it will be started automatically when the system boots, of course. The Stash service can also be started and stopped from the admin console, on Windows.

On Mac OS X, you will need to restart Stash manually, as described below.

Manually

You can start and stop Stash manually as follows:

Windows

Start and stop Stash using the Stash items in the Windows Start menu. Use the URL item there to visit Stash in your default browser.

Alternatively, start Stash from a command prompt, by changing directory to the <Stash installation directory> and running the following command:

bin\start-stash.bat

Stop Stash manually by changing directory to the <Stash installation directory> and running the following command:

bin\stop-stash.bat

Linux

Start and stop Stash manually using the scripts provided.

Start Stash by changing directory in a terminal to the <Stash installation directory> and running:

bin/start-stash.sh

Stop Stash by changing directory in a terminal to the <Stash installation directory> and running:

bin/stop-stash.sh

Mac

Start and stop Stash manually using the app icons (shown above) in the <Stash installation directory>. These simply link to the start-stash.sh and stop-stash.sh scripts in <Stash installation directory>/bin.

Use the URL icon to visit Stash in your default browser.

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