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Background Processing in Unix

Background Processing in Unix

January 21, 2012 | By | 1 Comment

A mechanism used to run a program in the background, without input from a terminal or from the user. Also called detached processing. To start a background process, end the command line with the ampersand (&); you do not have to wait for this background processing. Both the Bourne shell and the C shell slow […]

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