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Pass process ownership to another shell [duplicate]

I didn't hear of anything like this, but It might be possible. I often end up starting a process on a server and midway realizing that I would like to suspend that process and continue it inside a ...
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How to run linux process and come back to it later?

I'm trying to run a minecraft server on linux. Running the server starts an important interactive session. I can run the server in the background by appending & at the end of the command and log ...
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Redirecting/grep'ing an existing shell's STDOUT

I run a lot of long running processes (simulations) that print progress to STDOUT. I occasionally forget to redirect to STDOUT to a file I can grep, and it's usually too far along to restart. ...
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nohup vs. Screen

In the past, I've used nohup to run big background jobs, but I've noticed that a lot of people use Screen in this context. Does Screen provide some kind of functional advantage that I am unaware of, ...
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How can I disown a running process and associate it to a new screen shell?

I have a running program on a SSH shell. I want to pause it and be able to unpause its execution when I come back. One way I thought of doing that was to transfer its ownership to a screen shell, ...
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Keep SSH Sessions running after disconnection

I sometimes have long running processes that I want to kick off before going home, so I create a SSH session to the server to start the process, but then I want to close my laptop and go home and ...