If your Linux installation has systemd, you can create a service file for 
your application -- this way, systemd will manage the application as a 
server or daemon.  Systemd will even redirect stderr messages to the system 


On Thursday, November 29, 2018 at 10:56:25 AM UTC+8, Brian Adkins wrote:
> I briefly looked at the daemonize package on Ubuntu linux, but couldn't 
> get it to work properly. I found the following Rosetta Code page:
> https://rosettacode.org/wiki/Run_as_a_daemon_or_service#Racket
> So, I just tried the code in that example, and it seems to work fine:
> (module+ main
>         * ((get-ffi-obj 'daemon #f (_fun _int _int -> _int)) 0 0)*
>          (serve/servlet
>           dispatcher
>           #:log-file "hello.log"
>           #:stateless? #t
>           #:port 6995
>           #:command-line? #t
>           #:file-not-found-responder not-found
>           #:launch-browser? #f
>           #:servlet-regexp #rx""))
> I'm just wondering if there is a better way to accomplish this since it 
> feels a bit kludgy to me.
> Thanks,
> Brian

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