From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Michael Buchholz on Sun Dec 13 11:15:14 2015
11 Dec 15 20:53, you wrote to All:
I've tried a few different things online But really want to have IRex running in the background and have it start on boot.
what have you tried? if you are using WINE, it should be as simple as placing a
link to it in your startup folder in your GUI for your user account just like is done on winwhatever...
"So let me ask you a question about this brave new world of yours. When you've killed all the bad guys, and when it's all perfect, and just and fair, and when
you have finally got it exactly the way you want it, what are you going to do with the people like you? The trouble makers. How are you going to protect your
glorious revolution from the next one?" - The twelfth Doctor
... At least five buses go by in the opposite direction before yours.
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From Deepend@1:342/11 to mark lewis on Sun Dec 13 13:57:55 2015
I'm using the linux version of irex.
i've tryed stuff like
./rexl -daemon &
./rexl > /dev/null 2>&1 &
and even tried using screen...
From Deepend@1:342/11 to Michael Buchholz on Sun Dec 13 14:31:06 2015
Figured out a solution. Must have had not completely correct syntax for screen because this command works a charm and even loads it at boot.
screen -d -m -S "My Session Name" /irex/rexl -daemon
Hope this helps anyone else trying the linux version of irex. I am currently running irex 2.31 beta version.. works great. 2.29 kept crashing out so had to try something newer.
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From Deepend@1:342/11 to Deepend on Sun Dec 13 17:54:41 2015