|03/01/2010, 03:07 AM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2009
Running a server idle?
I have a Linux box with a sufficient amount of RAM/CPU speed and disk space (SA-MP servers don't take a lot of disk space)
So, everyone runs a server on linux with SSH by typing cd /SA-MP install dir/ then ./samp03svr and they gotta leave their SSH client on for it to run.
My question is, how can i leave it running even if i exit off of PuTTY? I can't leave my PC on 24/7 or else I'll lose some life time on my LCD screen, etc.
Any help will be appreciated.
Also, my distri of Linux is Cent OS 5.4 (Doubt it's needed but just listing in case.)
|03/01/2010, 04:52 AM||#2|
Join Date: Jul 2009
Re: Running a server idle?
It's all listed there.
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