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How do I fork a process that doesn't die when shell exits?
If I run emacs from the shell: $ emacs foo & and then kill that shell, emacs dies. How can I run a command so that it will not die when the shell dies? I found references to nohup, but that ...
Aug 4 '10 at 18:04
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