The igweb web server instance can run in the background using the nohup command:
$ nohup ./igweb 2>&1 &
The nohup command is used to continue running the igweb program even after the current session has been terminated. On a Unix-like system, the 2>&1 construct means redirecting standard error (stderr) to the same place as the standard output (stdout). Log messages from the igweb program will be available for view by tailing the /var/log/syslog file. Finally, the last ampersand, &, in the command indicates running the program in the background.
We can stop the igweb process by first getting the PID (process ID):
$ ps -ef | grep igweb | grep -v grep
In the output returned from running this command, the PID value ...