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comment run a remote process via autossh in background
Yes, I've been using tmux to get netbeans running in a detached but stable way (and minus all its buggy log noise on some terminal).
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comment wgetpaste alternatives?
The real power behind ix.io for me is the ability to re-use fixed URLs, by editing my own posts via an account & token.
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comment Temporarily freeze a process upon shell interaction
Good tip! So maybe a wrapper script can be written in BASH that traps its ALRM and sends a SIGCONT to something else. Put that feature to some good use :)
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comment Temporarily freeze a process upon shell interaction
A cleaner & simpler solution would be to include a killall -STOP tail; sleep 90 && killall -CONT tail& in PROMPT_COMMAND. That is almost all! Except I want to see in this SE how others might address the issue of how to keep postponing that CONT as needed.
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comment Temporarily freeze a process upon shell interaction
Nay; I'm not looking to change my habits. screen doesn't play well with any terminal program, btw. (Try scrolling up in Putty, for instance).
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revised Temporarily freeze a process upon shell interaction
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comment Temporarily freeze a process upon shell interaction
Yes but how to make that happen automatically upon any shell interaction? (and not forget to automatically send the SIGCONT later, either). That's what my question is about.
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