Originally Posted by TimStevens
Hrm, no dice. Same error.
I just discovered you can use nohup -p to control a process that's already running, so maybe I'll just kick the app off, get the PID, and do it that way.
Would love to know what the problem is, though, if anyone has any ideas.
Instead of calling the script directly, preface the full script path with the "sh" command.
nohup sh ./somescript.sh -someflag -param1 /path/to/file.xml -param2 /path/to/bla.log &