daemon

[n] - a person who is part mortal and part god
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Daemon

Disc And Execution Monitor - an otherwise harmless Unix program that normally works out of sight of the user - on the Internet, you'll most likely encounter it only when your e-mail is not delivered to your recipient - you'll get back your original message plus an ugly message from a 'mailer daemon'.
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Daemon

A process that runs all the time.
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daemon

To the early Greeks, a god as he appeared in his dealings with humans. In classical times the word came to mean a lesser deity, inferior to the Olympians, but taking a personal interest in...
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daemon

noun a person who is part mortal and part god
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Daemon

• (a.) Alt. of Daemonic
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daemon

daemon ' ... a daemon and a demon are not one and the same thing. And it is daemon, in its Platonic sense of a being intermediary between gods and men — not demon with its Judaeo-Christian import of an unclean, evil, or malignant spirit that we must keep in mind.' —Webster's New International Dictionary 2nd Ed., by J.L. Lowes; Springfield, Ma...
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Daemon

[Dungeons & Dragons] This user has posted a banner across the top of his user page making false claims about me. This seems to violate WP:NPA, AGF, and CIVILITY. He put this here when he discovered another editor and I were filing an Rfc/user for him, so this is his retaliation. I don`t believe it`s appropriate to make disparaging comments ...
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Daemon

[Warhammer] In the Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40,000 fictional universes, the Daemons are malevolent spirits born out of the destructive power called Chaos. The daemons found in both universes are very similar, although the precise natures of their creation and existence vary slightly. == Daemons in Warhammer Fantasy == Daemons in the ...
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Daemon

[computing] In multitasking computer operating systems, a daemon (ən or ən) is a computer program that runs as a background process, rather than being under the direct control of an interactive user. Traditionally daemon names end with the letter d: for example, syslogd is the daemon that implements the system logging facility and sshd is...
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Daemon

[classical mythology] The words `dæmon` and `daimōn` are Latinized versions of the Greek `δαίμων` (`godlike power, fate, god`), a reference to the daemons of ancient Greek religion and mythology, as well as later Hellenistic religion and philosophy. Daemons are benevolent or benign nature spirits, beings of the same nature as both m...
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Daemon

This refers to a program that is designed to run continuously in the background and is activated by
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Daemon

is a program that runs continuously and exists for the purpose of handling periodic service requests that a computer system expects to receive.
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Daemon

In the UNIX operating system, a computing process that, oncestarted, is not under user control, but continues to run in the background. Daemons usually perform a particular purpose on demand, such as supplying information to another processor. An example in AppleTalk networking is the atalkad daemon, which supplies AppleTalk tunneling information...
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