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I want to run two scripts at the same time. How exactly do I do this?

If I have a variable called foo in script1 and change its value to 5, and if I'm using a variable with the same name in script2 (that runs simultaneously with script1), will the value of variable foo in script2 also become 5?

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You could run the first script in background like this:

skript1 & skript2

Each script will run as a separate process. You cannot change variables in the other script.

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You can also open up two separate screen sessions to run both scripts. For example:

screen -S sampleOne
./runScript.sh

At that point you would hold CTRL+A&D, which will exit the screen without terminating and then type:

screen -S sampleTwo
./runScript2.sh

One other way would be to use tmux to do this as well:

tmux new-window -a -n SampleWindows
tmux new-session -d -s SampleWindows -n SSH0 -d
tmux selectp -t SampleWindows
tmux bind-key -n M-Left previous-window -t SampleWindows
tmux bind-key -n M-Right next-window -t SampleWindows
tmux new-window -n sampleOne -t SampleWindows
tmux new-window -n sampleTwo -t SampleWindows
tmux send-keys -t SampleWindows:0 './sampleScript' C-m
tmux send-keys -t SampleWindows:1 './sampleScript2.sh' C-m
tmux attach -t WinSplit

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