The problem happened on one of my local machines with CentOS 6. I ssh to it from my MacBook trying to test a script, which is in /usr/local/bin. However, whenever I tried to execute the command, it is ...
If I close the virtual terminal, where some process was started, does the output just go straight to /dev/null, or can it pollute memory somehow? Can I anyhow grab the output to continue reading it at ...
Possible Duplicate: How can I pause up a running process over ssh, disown it, associate it to a new screen shell and unpause it? It is fairly easy to disown a process, or make it run ...