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Operating Systems Linux daemon process Post 302085879 by apoorvasharma80 on Monday 21st of August 2006 02:14:06 AM
Old 08-21-2006
have you tried google. There you will find lots of pages telling about the five steps to start a daemon.

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MLCLIENT(1)						      General Commands Manual						       MLCLIENT(1)

NAME
mlclient - client for mlterm SYNOPSIS
mlclient [options] DESCRIPTION
mlclient is a client for the mlterm(1) server (daemon). mlterm(1), an X terminal emulator, can be invoked as a daemon process which holds multiple sessions (shell process and other informations like backlog). mlclient can creat a new session or recall an existing session which had been disconnected from a window. OPTIONS
mlclient accepts most options of mlterm. Please read mlterm(1) for detail. Following options do not work for mlclient: -K/--maxptys, -P/--ptys, -R/--fsrange, -W/--sep, -Y/--decsp, -c/--cp932, -i/--xim, and -j/--daemon Following option is mlclient specific: --kill kill a mlterm daemon. SEE ALSO
mlterm(1), locale(7), charsets(7), UTF-8(7), and X(7). CONTACT
Subscribe mlterm-dev-en ML (http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/mlterm-dev-en). 2004-10-24 MLCLIENT(1)

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