[plt-scheme] Teach Yourself Scheme

From: John Clements (clements at brinckerhoff.org)
Date: Thu Jan 21 12:15:38 EST 2010

On Jan 21, 2010, at 9:01 AM, Eli Barzilay wrote:

> On Jan 21, John Clements wrote:
>> On Jan 21, 2010, at 5:13 AM, Eduardo Bellani wrote:
>>>> http://li21-127.members.linode.com:8001/servlets/standalone.ss
>>> Looks down for me
>> Grr. Up again.  Maybe this would be a nice time for someone to tell me how to start a server.
>> /home/clements/full- -uq ./first-applet.ss < /dev/null > /tmp/extra-log 2>&1
> Using mred is probably not a good idea -- unless you're using
> something like VNC, then my guess is that it connected to your ssh's
> forwarded DISPLAY, which disappears when you log out.

I figured I needed mred for scheme/sandbox stuff, but I just tried it with mzscheme, and it works fine. Thanks!

(FWIW, I did have a persistent vnc server process, and the servlet survived my logout, so that wasn't the problem.)

> (And BTW, all those disown/nohup/etc things shouldn't be needed these
> days.  But it is a good idea to have a loop that will start it if/when
> it dies.)

Simplest way to write that would be... another scheme process that starts the web server (using "system") synchronously in a loop? 



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