Well, the title does not say much, but I would like to know how to stop a running process after appending it with &. For example, I would like to install software foo. Now, assume, foo has many ...
I accidentally "stopped" my telnet process. Now I can neither "switch back" into it, nor can I kill it (it won't respond to kill 92929, where 92929 is the processid.) So, my question is, if you have ...
I have started a wget on remote machine in background using &. Suddenly it stops downloading. I want to stop its process, then start it again. How can I stop it? I haven't close its shell window. ...
Is it possible to customise the bash prompt to show the if there are any background jobs? I find it easy to forget that there are background jobs. Say if the prompt was... $ Is there a way to ...
Possible Duplicate: How can I disown a running process and associate it to a new screen shell? In bash is there an opposite of disown, that is, to re-attach a process I've accidentally ...
From gnome-terminal I know the ability to suspend a job with C-z, and then send it to the background. When I close the terminal the process does not end. Where is the job being managed from, or is it ...