Alan Sobey wrote:
>> On a related note, how to you telnet to a remote machine, start a process
> (e.g. ftp) and exit the telnet session, but still keeping the process alive.
> Alternatively, can you change the Parent ID of a process so it doesn't get
> killed when it's original parent does?
> On an unrelated note, what do the letters LART stand for?
start it with nohup, ie nohup ftp some.site.ie . might want to put it
in the bg too. and check your shells man page to see how to nohup an
already running process.
lart: "luser attitude readjustment tool" it you're admin, you don't
leave home with out it. for the well paid admin, someone sent me this
url today: www.roadkill.net/madmins/ . so you real bofh's, go telnet
to port 80 and get yours today!
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