to start X which will evaluate my
. In my
I start my window manager using
. Now, if I kill my WM (in order to f.e. test some other WM), X will terminate too because the
script reached EOF.
So I added this at the end of my
while true; do sleep 10000; done
This way X won't terminate if I kill my WM. Now my question: how can I do an infinite sleep
instead of looping sleep? Is there a command which will kinda like freeze the script?