I'm new to python. I'm trying to write an application with command line interface. The main application is communicating with server using tcp protocol. I want it to work in the background so I won't have to connect with the server every time I use interface. What is a proper approach to such a problem?
I don't want the interface to be an infinite loop.
I'm running on Ubuntu.
I have Java a program being started from command line using java -jar myTopJar.jar.
The myTopJar.jar should do something and than , run a second jar and terminate (the myTopJar.jar should terminate and let the second jar run).
In order to run a jar and disowning it (I mean from command line) I used to run this command: java -jar mySecondJar.jar & disown.
I have multiple java installations on my machine and need to use different versions all the time. I have found that the currently used JVM can be changed by the commands update-alternatives and update-java-alternatives, which essentially change the link at /etc/alternatives/java etc.
Using #! r20111125 32-bit and installed Java via corenominal's script. I've now downloaded and installed a Java application I need. It's executed from the command-line with java -jar ... etc. It runs fine, but it looks different to how it looked under Ubuntu and looks nothing like any GTK/OB applications. Do I need to install something to "theme" it?
I have one application to write in C# (I can write that in Java as well)
This application is basically accepts some information from user and using these information we are creating some files on Linux system (This is the idea)
I am getting stuck and don't know where to look further.
I have a Java application and one of its functionality is to grab some specific windows (ie third party application windows) and host them within itself (with some extra frames, etc...)
The whole thing works great, except when my Java application gets killed (or crashes).