Seems every couple weeks we have someone asking the same question,
someone tells them that screen will do the job, then you have the
obligatory 5 or so posts about how screen is not right and to use
<insert product here>.
It's quite entertaining actually :)
I use screen, myself.. just as you said.
Here's how I do it, a simple bash script.
screen -d -m -S "$NAME" /home/uml/linux
eth0=tuntap,tun0,FE:FD:00:00:00:01 mem=128M umid=$NAME con0=fd:0,fd:1
Check out my con0 and con parameters. That'll point you in the right
Anand Gupta wrote:
>>I'm trying to run an UML in the background, but when I start with the
>>following command, the UML hangs while booting at "Initializing stdio
>>host# linux ubd0=rootfs eth0=daemon,,unix,/tmp/umlswitch1 mem=64M con=none
>Wouldn't using screen and not attaching to the screen do the trick ?