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# 1  
Old 09-17-2001
Java Minimize ksh

Dear,

Have any command which can minimize the ksh windows?

I use telnet to connect to server.


Wilson
# 2  
Old 09-18-2001
The best I can figure, you want to be able to run a few programs at once. Is this correct?
If so, you can use the & operator at the end of a command, then use the jobs command, ^Z, and fg / bg.

If my first statement is correct, please reply back, and I'll be happy to give a little more insight into all of this...
# 3  
Old 09-18-2001
Sorry, i haven't mention the details of what i want to do.
let me explain it.

i) 2 terminals, A and B.
ii) A invoke B's program (through Java RMI)
iii) A then minimize its command shell.
<= point iii) is my hope, let user seems as the terminals terminated.
iv) B can run its program.
# 4  
Old 09-19-2001
So you want terminal A to continue running the program after the user has logged off?
# 5  
Old 09-19-2001
My hope is that

i. Actually, the Terminal A is still running but the terminal is minimized.

ii. The terminal B is still the invoked program.
# 6  
Old 09-21-2001
I'm very sorry, to my knowledge you can't "minimize" a shell, nor can a "terminal" be run like a program from another terminal.

Maybe you can be very specific and spell out EXACTLY what you're trying to do - I'll do my best to help.
# 7  
Old 09-21-2001
Sorry...
I have not explained in detail.
Let me try to explain what i want to do.

1. In windows 98.
2. Use "telnet" to login to UNIX machine.
3. user can use their mouse to click the top-right-hand-corner's minimize icon "_"' to minimize this windows.
4. But now, i hope I can use command to minimize the windows rather than click the icon. <== this is my hope.

I hope you can understand what my hope.

Yours
Wilson
 

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