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How do I detach a process from the command prompt?


How do I detach a process from the command prompt?

By : user6064505
Date : November 21 2020, 11:01 PM
To fix the issue you can do This might be dumb, but I can't find the answer to this question anywhere online and it seems like it should be super simple. I'm a beginner trying to run react-native on a virtual device, so I start by making the virtual device by running , My smart CS friend helped me. Instead of
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XCode attach process / detach process (Programmatically detach debugger)

XCode attach process / detach process (Programmatically detach debugger)


By : hfaxe
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help I think it's already clear from the follow-up comments that this behavior -- Xcode not having a simple GUI gesture to detach from a process -- is how things work today. There's at least one use-case where this is the correct behavior -- when doing iOS Simulator process debugging on your Mac, the Simulator app is not launched by Xcode/lldb directly - it attaches to an already-launched process. In that case, when you press the Stop button in Xcode, you expect the simulated app to stop running. This is an implementation detail that users don't know about/shouldn't need to know about, but there is some logic to the behavior.
For what it's worth, you can make an alias in your ~/.lldbinit file like
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command alias det process detach
Get already running windows process' console output in a command prompt? Direct StreamReader to command prompt

Get already running windows process' console output in a command prompt? Direct StreamReader to command prompt


By : veliaze
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times Windows does not provide any mechanism to retroactively give another process a standard output handle if it was created without one. (Besides, in most cases an application will check the standard output handle only during startup.)
If you know (or can successfully guess) how a specific application generates output, it may in principle be possible to start capturing that output by injecting your own code into the process. For example, if you know that the application uses C++ and is dynamically linked to the VS2015 runtime library, you might inject code that calls freopen as shown here. (In this scenario, you must know which runtime library the application uses because you have specify it when looking up the address for freopen.)
How I do invoke a PowerShell Start-Process command with arguments that require quoting from a Command Prompt / batch fil

How I do invoke a PowerShell Start-Process command with arguments that require quoting from a Command Prompt / batch fil


By : LIU Y.C.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem I am getting this error when trying exec one command in PowerShell: ,
Can someone please help me figure out why this is happening?
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powershell.exe -Command "Start-Process -Verb RunAs -FilePath attrib.exe -Args +h, +s, '\"%CD%\"'"
Process 'command './node_modules/expokit/detach-scripts/run-exp.sh'' finished with non-zero exit value 127

Process 'command './node_modules/expokit/detach-scripts/run-exp.sh'' finished with non-zero exit value 127


By : Roopa Sree
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps The issue for me was that I was trying to build an expo project.. I’ve since found out that these are not supported in app centre.
Obtain the command line from a running process from the Command Prompt

Obtain the command line from a running process from the Command Prompt


By : Ivan Todorov
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Here is a GUI-based method (Tested on Windows 7 - YMMV). I don't know of an easy method to get this data from the command-line.
Open the Task Manager (CTRL+SHIFT+ESC), and go to the Processes tab. From the View menu -> Select Columns... Scroll to the very bottom and select "Command Line" In the newly-shown "Command Line" column, you can see the entire command that started the process, including any command-line parameters
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