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Umask(0) Then, you should redirect the stdout/stderr files, instead of just closing them. If you don't do this, you may get unexpected exceptions the day some of your code tries to write something to the console via stdout or stderr. write() happily throws an IOError exception when the application runs as a daemon. But your program works just fine when running in the foreground... Python Standard Library: Core Modules 1-32 By the way, the _exit function used in the examples above terminates the current process.

Path module This module contains functions that deal with long filenames (path names) in various ways. path. Working with file names This module contains a number of functions that deal with long filenames in a platform independent way. In other words, without having to deal with forward and backward slashes, colons, and whatnot. basename(filename)) using nt ... split => ('my/little', 'pony') splitext => ('my/little/pony', '') dirname => my/little basename => pony join => my/little\pony Note that split only splits off a single item.

Execvp(program, (program,) + tuple(arguments)) print "goodbye" hello again, and welcome to the show Python provides a whole bunch of exec functions, with slightly varying behavior. The above example uses execvp, which searches for the program along the standard path, passes the contents of the Python Standard Library: Core Modules 1-28 second argument tuple as individual arguments to that program, and runs it with the current set of environment variables. See the Python Library Reference for more information on the other seven ways to call this function.

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