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How to recover a backgrounded job from a previous shell? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I disown a running process and associate it to a new screen shell? I launched a command that lasts a long time. I had to disconnect so I moved it in the background (...
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Bring process to 'foreground'? [duplicate]

I am using an SSH client to connect to a Solaris server. I had a process running but my connection disconnected. I reconnected and can see the process running when I do ps -al. How can I bring this ...
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How to screen'ize already running session? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I disown a running process and associate it to a new screen shell? It is a good practice to run long processes in screen session, to protect them from session hangups. ...
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Stealing and reattaching a running process [duplicate]

It's sunday and I left an instance of R running in the office. The script finished running, and I would like to save my workspace without going to the office. I can ssh to the computer, but I have not ...
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How to open process again? [duplicate]

From my home pc using putty, I ssh'ed into a remote server, and I ran a python program that takes hours to complete, and as it runs it prints stuff. Now after a while, my internet disconnected, and I ...
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Is there any way to get control over a terminal by ssh with no (screen) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I disown it a running process and associate it to a new screen shell? Let's say I'm install applications directly on to a Linux box. May I go to another machine and ...
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Is it possible to transfer a running process to your terminal? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I pause up a running process over ssh, disown it, associate it to a new screen shell and unpause it? It is fairly easy to disown a process, or make it run without a ...
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Connect to pseudoterminal (same user) from lost session [duplicate]

I was running several large processes at once, and my PC froze (I suspect due to heat, its a laptop, and the fan was at maximum for several minutes just prior to locking up). The mouse cursor moved, ...
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Resume bash session in new TMUX or SCREEN? [duplicate]

Sometimes I'll start doing something fast. I've got something to do, and I need to get it done now. Then of course i realize that I need to do something else to help me finish what I started, so I ...
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Preventing terminal disconnection from killing a running job in zsh [duplicate]

I went through the top answer to this question: Difference between nohup, disown and &, and I read specfically the following: With disown the job is still connected to the terminal, so if the ...
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How do I detach a process from its parent? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I disown a running process and associate it to a new screen shell? The problem is that the process is not a job inside of my active shell (as I've logged in from ...
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How to move a background job from one terminal tab to another? [duplicate]

I have a background job, say jobid 1, in a tab of gnome terminal. Can I move it to a another tab of genome terminal? I understand that the shell process in the first gnome terminal tab is the parent ...
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Enter process running in background/bring to foreground [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I disown it a running process and associate it to a new screen shell? I started a java client using nohup to get it to run in the background (needed to log out of ssh)....
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How to put a job in background without output? [duplicate]

When putting a job in background with the command bg, I have the output of the command of the job. How to put the job in background (like the bg command) but without any output? PS: the job is ...
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How to access the output of a process after the terminal was closed [duplicate]

I started an application from the terminal which prints the status and various logs in the console so that I can read them from the terminal. I accidentally closed the terminal but the application is ...

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