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well just quit the script, and the shell will collapse back until ssh itself is terminated. if you just run an "ls" you'll see ssh quits after the ls. same goes for any other script you wish to execute.
what i want to do, though, is to start a script on the remote and
close the ssh connection, leaving the remote script running. is
this not possible? the remote script will take a long time to run
and i want to move on to other parts of the local script which
initiated the remote one. if i leave the ssh connection up and
try to move on in the local script, the console screen keeps
getting interrupted with output from the remote. that's one reason
i just want to start the remote and leave. any thoughts on how to
do this? is it even possible? might i have to open new consoles for
each new connection?