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comment ssh “-f” don't give back hand in bash when listening to stdout/stderr
What exactly are you trying to do? My best guess is have the ssh command go into the background, and trap stderr to a log file. Is that correct?
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comment How do I close a terminal without saving the history?
+1 for the 'kill -9 $$' method. That's certainly one way around situations where HISTIGNORE, etc are set as read-only.
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