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It sounds like your LISP programming is violating launchd's daemon requirements: "You must not daemonize your process. This includes calling the daemon function, calling fork followed by exec, or calling fork followed by exit. If you do, launchd thinks your process has died. Depending on your property list key settings, launchd will either keep trying to ...


To properly daemonize a process for Debian you will need to take several steps including forking away from the controlling process, resetting IO, and creating a process id file to play nice. You can instead use something like the daemon program from the package of the same name to do that for you. If that is what you wanted to do, the answer can be found ...

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