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I want to write a linux shell script that would start a new linux session to carry on application part. Which command should be used... will shell script would be helpful more to carry on this task or there is some other better way.. Please suggest..!!

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what do you mean by "linux session"? – artistoex Apr 30 '13 at 13:05
you need to provide more data. what is a new linux seesion ? what will your script do ? how is it going to be launched (as in from cron, or from the command line interactively) ? – MelBurslan Apr 30 '13 at 19:42

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