> > Just wondering it it's possible to start a job (e.g. A small unix program
> > executing other jobs in a pipe) and to keep it running even if the user
> > logs out.
>> nohup ./this_script_runs_for_a_long_time.sh &
And if you only decide after you've started the script that you want to
background it, type CTRL-Z followed by "bg".
Is nohup pretty obsolete these days? I thought most programs kept running
after logout at this stage.
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