[Mono-list] Process in Mono different from .Net
peter at wingsofdeath.nu
Mon Dec 20 12:48:47 EST 2010
I guess you have to fork() your application. Or if you are in Gnome or
KDE, send some command by DBUS? Beats me actually :D
On ma, 2010-12-20 at 08:40 -0800, madrang wrote:
> On Sun, 2010-12-19 at 06:27 -0800, madrang [via Mono] wrote:
> > I don't need to know when it is terminating, i just need that the
> > child process outlive its parent. Im currently working on a dock
> > manage the Os application and on Windows when i quit the dock the
> > that was started by the dock stays open but not in Linux. I just
> > the application that i started to stay alive except if i Kill them
> > self with Close() or Kill(). Like it is on windows.
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> Nobody knows how to start a process that is going to outlive its
> parents ??
> I can use invoke or any workaround that is going to work.
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