Say I have a bash file.
echo "Hey!" echo "Hay!" bash ~/otherstuff.sh &
It's the last line that annoys me. I'd like it to be done in the background, which it technically is. But every time it starts, it outputs
 21345, i.e. the process ID. I've tried every reroute I know of, none work.
TL;DR hide Procees output, and is it even considered an
The best I have is
sh -c '. ~/otherstuff.sh' & disown, which hides the "completed" output, but not the original output.