> Em 01-12-2011 11:08, Chris
>> Paul Isambert<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> But Icedove still stays attached to the first terminal...
>> Just to check, you want to be able to start icedove from the command
>> line in (say) an xterm, but have it continue to run even when that
>> xterm is closed?
No: launch icedove from a terminal itself launched from a terminal. I
have a Lua script which calls "os.execute(<program>)", and as Clive
remarked, this calls a shell. The Lua script itself is called from a
terminal, and I would like everything to close when the program is
launched. I made the double terminal example, because that's basically
the same problem (it seems to me).
Le 01/12/2011 16:59, Iuri Guilherme dos Santos Martins a écrit :
> Well, if you are willing to learn bash then what I would recommend is
> exactly what Chris said: you run an external script (whose first line
> would be #!/bin/bash) with the necessary commands to make exactly what
> you wanted.
Yeah, I think learning bash will be definitely simpler. But I love
Lua... and don't really want to learn a new language, even though now
that I use Debian, learning bash won't be wasting time...