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Is there a flag that i can pass to monero-wallet-rpc so it runs in the background? I tried --detach since thats used in monerod but it didn't work. Any unofficial way to do it easily?

I am running Ubuntu 16.04.

  • on linux you can always run ./monero-wallet-rpc & or something similar. – assylias Jan 27 '17 at 14:15
  • So i just add the & sign and it will run in the background? I am on ubuntu – Unknown Jan 27 '17 at 14:19
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If you can't find a flag and you run linux, you can use the usual way of sending an application to the background.

Start the application in the background:

./monero-wallet-rpc &

Additionally, don't show output on the terminal:

./monero-wallet-rpc > /dev/null 2>&1 &

If you connect via ssh to launch the application, it will exit when you close the ssh session - you can use nohup to keep the application running after the ssh session is closed (the first command will put the output in nohup.out, the second will ignore the output):

nohup ./monero-wallet-rpc &
nohup ./monero-wallet-rpc > /dev/null 2>&1 &
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  • I toyed with mentioning screen or tmux, which are mainly thought of to only be applicable to SSH sessions, but I think your answer is more specific and better. – scoobybejesus Jan 27 '17 at 16:28

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