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[REBOL] Re: unix question

From: fantam:mailandnews at: 4-May-2001 9:10

Thanks for the useful information. My next concern is how to make sure the rebol script is relaunched after a reboot, bearing in mind I'm just a user on the system (no administrator). fantam
>===== Original Message From Kenneth LO <[kenlo--pop3free--com]> >That's because /view is attched to a visual i.e. it requires an X client to >display itself. X clients are usually closed when you exit and so your >/view session is also killed. For /core as it does not require a visual >it can exist after a logout using & and/or -nohup. > >You can preserve your X client using the VNC technology. See > > >2001/5/1 PM 05:35:47, "Dunlop, Scott" <[Scott--Dunlop--nextel--com]> wrote: >>I was just about to propose that, but it /isn't/ working for me with >>Rebol/View 1.1 on Solaris at the moment. Odd. > >[kenlo--pop3free--com] Tuesday, May 01, 2001 8:28 PM >>rebol myscript.r & >>works for me with /core 2.3 on Solaris >>If that dosen't work on your unix you can add -nohup > >2001/5/2 AM 03:56:45, Fantam <[Fantam--MailAndNews--com]> wrote: >> How do I launch a rebol process on a remote unix box that is to >> survive my telnet session, i.e. it should continue to run after I >> log off (I'm no administrator). > >-- >To unsubscribe from this list, please send an email to >[rebol-request--rebol--com] with "unsubscribe" in the >subject, without the quotes.
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