Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 21st Jul 2005 21:19 UTC
Windows Running a background process on the Windows platform requires running a Windows Service. To run a Windows Service, you must have an application that is Windows Service aware. A Bash script is not Windows Service aware and neither are many console applications. XYNTService allows an administrator to define a console program and its options to execute. The XYNTService application is a Windows Service that reads a configuration file to know which applications to run. Read more...
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Agreed, FireDaemon is very handy. I've once used it for the Mercury mailserver. It's free (as in beer) for up to two "services" / daemons.

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