[rc5] Getting UNIX client to run nohup'ed?

Scott McDermott scottm at kcls.org
Wed Jul 30 14:32:50 EDT 1997


On Wed, 30 Jul 1997, Jot Powers wrote:

> > nohup ./rc5-client &
> 
> > Then I exit, and the client says it's received a shutdown signal (which is
> > really lame).  What can I do to satisfy this client?
> 
> Must be your shell.  I use tcsh, and don't even bother with the nohup
> (although that should fix any problems I know of).  

Using ksh, and since this worked perfectly with deschall, I'm curious as
to what's different with rc5...  I'll have to try a different shell and see
what I get...

> What OS?  (Solaris, SunOS)  Are you running as root and dealing with
> a braindead /bin/sh?

Solaris, and there's no way I'm running this as root. ;)

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