I took off the -v flag and noticed that it did run in the background,
however I got the following errors in the IP log file:
08/09 10:44:06.46  0+0: E-A: ABORT: caught SIGSEGV 
08/09 10:44:06.46  0+0: E-A: core will be at
08/09 10:44:06.46  0+0: ####! EMERGENCY STOP !####
08/09 10:44:06.53  0+0: Kill(29833,9)
08/09 10:44:06.53  0+0: ##A## 0 1000
in errors.log i see:
The permissions are correct for the file/folders
If i put the -v flag back on, then it works fine
At 08:14 AM 8/7/2004 +0900, you wrote:
>On 08/06/04(05:27) you Adam Engel <adamengel@specializedbusinesssoftware..>
> |I have gotten DeleGate to work on my RedHat 9 installation. However, I
> |cannot seem to get DeleGate to run in the background. What argument is
> |required to have DeleGate run in the background? I have tried using
> '&' at
> |the end of the call, but that did not work.
>It works in background by default, without any argument, writing
>its log into LOGFILE.
> |I took the -v flag off of the
> |command to limit the verbage. I cannot have this run in the foreground.
>-v makes DeleGate run in foreground, writing its log onto standard
>output (console) instead of LOGFILE.
> D G Yutaka Sato <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
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