I read an answer from a user who claimed that running foo 2>&1 >& output.log & would result in foo continuing to run even when they log out. According to this user, this even ...
(Re-posting in unix per the suggestion in http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13718394/what-should-interactive-shells-do-in-orphaned-process-groups) The short question is, what should a shell do if it ...
I want to be able to send signals (SIGINT is the most important) through ssh. This command: ssh server "sleep 1000;echo f" > foo will start sleep on server and after 1000 seconds it will put ...
When using a terminal emulator, one can stop the currently running program with either CTRL-Z or CTRL-S. What's the difference between these signals?