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comment Ubuntu server terminating background process when last ssh closed
I'm sure it will but to be honest I'm trying to avoid doing that. I'd rather know why the 'problem' exists especially as the developers of Karaf don't get the same result, although they have tried it on pure Debian.
Mar
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comment Ubuntu server terminating background process when last ssh closed
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comment Ubuntu server terminating background process when last ssh closed
Tried that, still doesn't work. I noticed that the process still has a controlling terminal after I do the disown. Something to do with ssh perhaps?
Mar
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comment Ubuntu server terminating background process when last ssh closed
No tried that. I've also tried using the ampersand after bin/start
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comment Registry Export Using Script Run from CD Fails - Access Denied
Just to a hidden directory on the C: drive.
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comment Windows Group Policy - Can I alter with VBscript?
I think I'll try copying the whole of the Group Policy folder as I found the .adm files you mentioned and they appear to contain alot more information that relates to the GPO.
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comment Windows Group Policy - Can I alter with VBscript?
Thanks for your reply. I found that 'Registry.pol' file but it only contains one line (which I think refers to waiting for network at startup setting) but nothing, for example, about the Shares access from the network. Also the file was under the 'Machine' folder rather than 'User'. Note that some of the settings are under Windows Settings rather than Administrative Templates. Will that make a difference?
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comment Windows Group Policy - Can I alter with VBscript?
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