That's what I needed. Now another question, if I log out, how do I stop the script?Nu7s wrote:And ran it with the command:Runs perfectly fine in the background.
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actually I want something I could write to rc.local to start on boot.jamesh wrote:Could you use screen to start up a new bash shell that runs continuously after you have logged out? (Just a guess)