Link: How to run “unkillable” programs in Linux

Here is a neat trick. If you want to start a program that always respawns if it gets killed, just put it in /etc/inittab. The init process will respawn the program. That’s what it’s for.

Here’s an example. …

Full article here:
How to run unkillable* programs in Linux (
* “unkillable” refers to a program that respawns when you kill it.

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