Running X_PLOR in background
barani at mace.cc.purdue.edu
Tue Mar 12 11:01:49 EST 1996
In unix, many shells normally kill subprocesses when you
log out. Two ways that I know of, exist, to overcome
(1) go to 'sh' shell by typing 'sh'; then run xplor
from there. When you type 'exit' you will come
back to your 'tcsh' or whatever. The subprocess in
the background is not likely to be killed.
(2) Use a batch command to submit the job. e.g. 'qsub'.
Get info on qsub by 'man qsub'.
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