I have a script file (start-conky.sh). It executes correctly, but when I do a "ps -u " it shows as still a PID, which I'm assuming means it is still in memory. Unless I do a "kill " it just stays there. It is not causing any problem. I'm just curious as to how to get the script to terminate after it executes. I've listed the script below. I really don't know that much about writing programs, so I'm sure there are mistakes. Can anyone help?
Title: start-conky.sh "the title is just listed here it is not in the script"
#!/bin/bash conky -c ~/Conky/scripts/config1 & conky -c ~/Conky/scripts/config2 exit