From: Vincent Cunniffe (vincent at domain beacon.ie)
Date: Wed 05 May 1999 - 10:55:55 IST
Alister Waller wrote:
> Hi, a query from a user.
> Is it possible to restart a process such as mail when you exited out
> using cntrl-z by mistake to send a message instead of cntrl-x.
> (using pine)
> The user would ideally like to re-start the process and send the
> mail. I know you could get the temp file and edit/send that but for
> my own interest I was wondering if the above was possible.
Well, I haven't tried it with Pine, which may override the default,
but in general any process backgrounded with ctrl-z can be restored
to the console with 'fg'.
If other jobs have been backgrounded in the meantime, you need to do
'job n' or 'fg n' (can't remember the syntax offhand)
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