I am running multiple semicolon-separated bash commands:
% long-running-command-I-want ; another-command-I-dont
long-running-command-I-want is still running; naturally there is no
pid of the
another-command-I-dont yet. I'd like to preemptively kill/cancel/prevent from execution the
another-command-I-dont without killing the
long-running-command-I-want which I have been waiting for for a while. Can I do that? If so, how?