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Use [CTRL]+z to get control of console

Posted on Thursday, April 5, 2001 @ 09:11:21 PM CDT by David Yee [] [read 2265 times]

 
Tips: Linux/Unix world
[excerpt] Let's say you just ran an app/script on the command prompt, and you didn't add an amperstand ("&") at the end of the command to force it into the background. If you want to get control of the console again, simply press [CTRL]+z to pause that app, do your thing, then type "fg" to unpause that app and have it run in the foreground again. Or you can type "bg" to force it into the background.





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