Hi!, No, unless you have implemented multithreading by yourself :) There is now
an uncontrolled race condition between the two daemons. killall hipd killall hipd and start hipd again... If you have installed the hipl binaries, your system starts one hipd from /etc/init.d upon boot.
Mmm, it's more strange than that. Even if I kill all the hipd daemons and I start hipd (it doesn't matter if I do it directly with "hipd -b" or with the system start script "/etc/init.d/hipd start", but obviuosly only one way) it seems to create 2 daemons (and no, I didn't implement multithreading :P). Any idea why is it creating 2 daemons? -- Jesús Rojo Martínez. Human Resource responsible BEST Stockholm - Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan BEST - Board of European Students of Technology (www.BEST.eu.org) e-mail: jrojomartinez@xxxxxxxxx phone: +46704369273 MSN: jrojomartinez@xxxxxxx