If I go on holiday (to a campsite near the sea in, say, Wexford or
Waterford) and want to do something with my home pc (Mandriva 2007.0),
would I be right in thinking that my chance of finding an internet cafe
that would let me use ssh is essentially zero?
Also, if I use ssh or telnet (windows has telnet, but I don't think it
has ssh), is it possible to start a program or script running, and leave
it running when I exit? I tried it from here, log in as sshuser, change
to another user, start a script with &, type exit and I get a message
There are stopped jobs.
Is it possible to exit and leave the jobs unstopped?
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