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The simplest way is now friends with this command when running this sample compiled

#include <stdio.h>
#include "fcgi_stdio.h"

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
    while(FCGI_Accept() >= 0)
    {
        printf("Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8");
        printf("<center><br><br>Hello World Wide Web</center>");
    }

    return 0;
}

operation type: cgi-fcgi -start -connect localhost:9000 ./hello

After you run this way, but threw reset the computer terminal screen turns off, so I stop when I say hello hello-s stop or How do I turn off

compiled using the Unix operating system, the file "/ usr / local" directory to put under

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Sorry, but your question isn't too clear. However, to try and answer the implied question from the subject: how to shut down a unix/linux computer from the command line. First, you either have to be logged in as root (not advisable), or have sudo privileges for system shutdown. IE:

# as root
shutdown -h now
# as normal user w/ sudo privileges
sudo shutdown -h now

This will shut down the system instantly. If you want to let other users time to finish their work, either leave off the 'now' option, or specify a time when the system will shut down. You can also specify a message that will be sent to all logged in users as a last argument to the shutdown command.

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I want a complete system with this command closes the sample is as if we command nginx "nginx-s stop" when I run a command like this ". / hello" file, I want to stop and bow.

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Sorry, but are you using a translation service for your postings? They really are nonsensical in English! I'm trying (and failing) to understand precisely what you are trying to accomplish.

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After running the file and compiled with c "hello-s stop" command to stop when the program that I want to shut

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