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procServ does not have the rich feature set of the screen utility, but is intended to provide running a command in a system service style, in a small, robust way. Handling multiple users, authorization, authentication, central logging is done best on a higher level, using a package like conserver.
For security reasons, procServ only accepts connections from localhost.
Dependencies: -- asciidoc, http://www.methods.co.nz/asciidoc (package: asciidoc), to create documentation in different formats (man, pdf, html) NOTE: The distribution tar contains the doc in all available formats, so you don't need asciidoc to make and install procServ procServ is on Sourceforge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/procserv/ Read-only access to the so more»
PROCSERV(1) procServ Manual PROCSERV(1) NAME procServ - Process Server with Telnet Console and Log Access SYNOPSIS procServ [OPTIONS] port command args... DESCRIPTION procServ(1) creates a run time environment for a command (e.g. a soft IOC). It forks a server run as a daemon into the background, which creates a child process ru more»
procserv (2.5.1-1) unstable; urgency=low * new upstream version * copyright: corrected years * more»
V 2.5.1 03/23/2010 Ralph Lange <Ralph.Lange@bessy.de> Made procServ kill child using killsig on term more»
Dave Thompson <email@example.com> Ralph Lange <Ralph.Lange@bessy.de>
This package was debianized by Michael Davidsaver <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Fri, 28 Aug 2009 11:10:45 more»