I wanted to keep some programs running, which is to say restart them if they crashed, but I also wanted them to be able to exit normally. The platform is Linux, the problem is compiz, the solution is a very small shell script. Surely the internets will let me know if there is something grossly wrong with it. This script is not meant for long-running daemons, there are plenty of tools for that already.
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Random Drinking Game
Date: Mon, 09 Nov 1998 16:24:23 -0700 (MST) From: Teresa H Cole To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: 7-11-Doubles
Among my circle of friends, we have a pretty cool dice game. I don't know if it exists elsewhere or if my alcoholic friends just made it up. But it is pretty simple and fun to play if your object is to get plowed.
You need a pair of dice, lots of beer, several people, and two small glasses (juice glasses work the best).
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