If I open a program, say evince, from the GNOME GUI, it is not attached to a terminal. If I send it a signal, it acts accordingly but nothing shows up in my terminal. If I were to open it in a ...
If I begin a process and background it in a terminal window (say ping google.com &), I can kill it using kill %1 (assuming it is job 1). However if I open another terminal window (or tab) the ...
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 ...
Sometimes you run a program from the terminal, say, lxpanel†. The terminal won't drop you back to the prompt, it'll hang. You can press Ctrl+C to get back to the prompt, but that will kill ...