I'm creating a subprocess in a bash script I'm running, I'm executing it this way from Unified:
bash -c "my_script.sh"
my_scriptruns some sub processes using:
This works from a bash command line just fine, but when I run it from Unified no scripts will run after it until I kill the
I've tried to disown the process,
my_commandhas the system process as its parent, and I still encounter the problem.
I'm new to Unified Remote and am trying to decide whether to buy a few licenses or not.
What I need to achieve is to execute a script remotely from my phone and I need to pass a couple of simple numeric parameters to the script.
I understand that I can generate a button that executes the script, but I don't see any references to how I would send the parameters.
If it's not a built-in functionality perhaps I would just create a keypad set of buttons that execute scripts and store the values in an environment variable or file? Any recommendations if this is the right approach?