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Old 09-21-2004, 06:18 PM   #1
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Hi all,

Im new to linux programming, but I have a lot of experience in C...
Im connecting an LCD display (that ones with 2 lines and 16 cols...) on the parallel port, and I know how to control it ok. I want it to show system status of all kinds... and also I have some buttons atached to the LPT to send some commands...
Can someone give me some pointer, tutorials on how to make my program run as a process on background?

Thanks already, Gabriel
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