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Old 08-28-2003, 07:32 AM   #1
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Continue running a script after logging out?

I'm extremely new to linux, so bear with me. I'm running Red Hat 9, and I have this perl script I wish to run. So I basically do a


And now I want it to continue running after I log out. So I do a nohup and the & at the end.

nohup perl &

But the script terminates after I log out. Why is that?

For your info the script actually calls up SSH, logs in and sets up a port tunnel.

Help is much appreciated. Thanks.


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