On Tue, 2006-06-27 at 17:50 +0200, Dragan Noveski wrote:
It does here (if you select "Quit" in glashctl and answer "Yes" to the
question "Do you want to shut down the session handler?"). If that
doesn't work, you should still be able to stop lashd from the popup menu
in glashctl. And if you don't, there's no harm in leaving it running
either. It doesn't really eat any resources.
> an other thing i just found out, always when i start lashd, it is=20
It's not started twice, it can't be (because it always tries to bind to
the same port which will be taken by the first lashd). What you are
seeing is probably several threads or maybe several forked subprocesses
in your running lashd. If you run 'ps -AH' you should see that one of
the lashds is a child process of the other.
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