From: brian pikkaart (no email)
Date: Tue Oct 29 2002 - 08:13:29 EST
Ahh, good point-- using `nohup` is probably the Right way to do it.
Thanks for pointing that out!
Simply backgrounding the job does work, however, at least with the shell
I'm using and with the limited number of times I've tried it. YMMV.
On Tue, 29 Oct 2002, Gregory Kozlovsky wrote:
> This answer is not correct. To start a job that will run after
> logout, use "nohup". See "man nohup" for details.
-- brian pikkaart http://www.gospelcom.net/ gospel communications network