putting xwin into background from a batch script
Thu Feb 19 15:07:00 GMT 2004
Thanks Igor. Just after I posted this, I rememberd there's a run command in
cygwin now as well. That did the trick for me.
run xwin ....
run xbindkeys ...
>On Thu, 19 Feb 2004, J S wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a batch script to start an xdmcp session. Once the xwin command
> > I need to start up xbindkeys. However the program hangs at the xwin
> > until the session is closed down, then executes xbindkeys:
> > xwin -noreset -ac -query %SERVER% -from %IP% -clipboard -nodecoration
> > -emulate3buttons 50 -dpi 91 -once
> > xbindkeys
> > Is there a way (in batch) to fork the xwin session into the background ?
> > Thanks for any help,
> > JS.
>Yep, it's called "start". From a command prompt, type "help start".
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