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Hi, totally new to linux base using windows when started learning and using computers.
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I have a C++ program, running on Fedora Linux, which has to be able to update itself to a new version, which it can obtain from a server. The way I do this is to have it create a shell script which kills it (the parent process), uninstalls it, downloads the new version (actually it does this... (1 Reply)
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3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I *think* what I want to do is not only possible but easy, but as a "dummy" :) I can't figure it out. Here's what I have:
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I start my application from a shell command-line.
When I exit my application, it kills the shell that its returning too.
Worse yet, since I have init respawning the shell all those subsequent
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