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Old 10-31-2001
Network Telnet behavior

Hi there, I've an stupid question. If I make a telnet to a server from my computer and then execute a command that starts an application (on the server), when I disconnect, the application stops running, which is pretty obvious. Is it possible to add a flag at the end of the command so when I cut the telnet session the application on the server continues running..???

I hope I made myself clear with my basic english.
# 2  
Old 10-31-2001
Hi,





Simply put the ambersand sign "&" at the end of the command, i.e.:

ls -l &



This will put the job into the background.



Andy
# 3  
Old 10-31-2001
Data I don't think so...

Thanks for your reply, but I already tried the & but when I close the telnet, the app. stops working on the remote server. I tested with several applications and it always do the same fu*#!ing thing...

Any idea..?
# 4  
Old 10-31-2001
Hi

give the following command

nohup ls -l &

Smilie

Last edited by kapilv; 10-31-2001 at 03:21 PM..
# 5  
Old 10-31-2001
Computer THANKS!!!!!

IT WORKS !!! Thanks a lot.
 

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