|Applies To||RSA ClearTrust 4.6.1|
Sun Solaris 2.8
|Issue||ClearTrust: How to run SecureDetector Daemon as a background process in UNIX|
In UNIX, the SecureDetector Daemon can be invoked by the command "./Daemon". However, the downside of this is that you must keep the window session that invoked the "./Daemon" command open. If you terminate the window session, the 'Daemon' process dies. If there is a requirement for the 'Daemon' to be running continuously, the terminal session window shouldn't be terminated. Keeping the terminal session open for a long time is not advisable, since sooner or later the user may have to restart the machine.
|Resolution||To correct this issue, start the 'Daemon' by opening a telnet session. NOTE: Do not use 'Xterm', since it kills the process when the 'Xterm' window is terminated. The telnet session can be enabled from the command prompt by:|
telnet <unix host>
From the 'telnet' session, invoke the Daemon by:
./Daemon & (the ampersand indicates the task should be run in the background)
Exit from the 'telnet' session.
|Legacy Article ID||a9984|