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Routing, network cards, OSI, etc. Anything is fair game.
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Distribution: Ubuntu Hardy Desktop, Solaris 10, Workstation 2008 x64
Just a quick SSH related question...
Ok, nomatter what i google for this i just cant think of a syntactically proper way of describing what i mean that google understands.
What i was to do is be able to ssh into my system, issue a command or activity, and logout with the command continuing in my absence, a la a parted operation or a text indexing command or nmap or a wget download.
I know that some commands have a deamon mode, but thats not really what im looking for, I'm looking for something universal
I was thinking fg bg combinations but i dont know if this just backgrounds the process on that console or on the system completly
Anyway, i hope someone has a quick answer as it would be a great help.