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Re: How do I run a background command via Net::SSH::W32Perl

by JamesNC (Chaplain)
on Nov 14, 2005 at 16:13 UTC ( #508337=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to How do I run a background command via Net::SSH::W32Perl

There are 2 ways I know of:
#backticks using start<br> my $rv = `start exceed.exe`; #system using the 1 option system( 1, "exceed.exe" );

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Re^2: How do I run a background command via Net::SSH::W32Perl
by boat73 (Scribe) on Nov 14, 2005 at 16:18 UTC
    Perhaps I am not following your response. This looks like a solution toward starting the exceed process on my win32 system. What I am looking for is a method of running a command in the background on the remote Unix system via Net::SSH::W32Perl.
      Hi boat73,

      Perhaps man nohup would be worth reading.

      Hope this helps.

      sorry about that... perhaps you need to escape the \& ??

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[erix]: hard to implement, hmm
[Corion]: erix: Well, they also seem to have changed the server, or some software, or whatever, and seem to be in the process of changing the DB schema from having the "username" as primary key to something else.
[Corion]: Far too many things being done at once, or maybe only now has it become apparent that nobody knows that piece of software anymore
[marto]: good morning all
[Corion]: I consider having an abstract key as userid in your system good, because the "real" company-wide (or even larger) user id will likely not fit your criteria well
[Corion]: A good morning marto!

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