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Old 06-26-2014, 12:09 PM   #31
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Hi Bhaumik
can you please give me exact syntax which you added in catalina.sh , I am facing same issue
Please read the LQ Rules: you have re-opened a thread that has been closed for FOUR YEARS now, and you have not added anything new to the thread. Both of which are frowned upon. If you want people to see your question, open your own thread for it. The solution that worked four years ago, probably won't work now, will it?

Starting it remotely would need to be done by creating its own thread..which is why the "nohup" command was mentioned. So, put "nohup" in front of the script you want to start.
 
Old 06-27-2014, 11:49 AM   #32
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Please read the LQ Rules: you have re-opened a thread that has been closed for FOUR YEARS now, and you have not added anything new to the thread. Both of which are frowned upon. If you want people to see your question, open your own thread for it. The solution that worked four years ago, probably won't work now, will it?

Starting it remotely would need to be done by creating its own thread..which is why the "nohup" command was mentioned. So, put "nohup" in front of the script you want to start.
thanks for help...it worked , will keep in mind the rules
 
  


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