somedaemon --option1=value1 --option2=true &
somedaemon --option1=value1 --option2=true &> /path/to/some/logfile &
somedaemon --option1=value1 --option2=true &> /dev/null &
jobsbuiltin command to see any background processes that the current terminal is running. Using the
-lparameter with jobs shows the PIDs of the processes along with the usual information (handy in case you forget the PID of the job you started in the background).
jobscommand, use the command
killcommand to send signals to processes in order to kill them, or stop/resume them.
jobsas a stopped process.
bgcommand (though, restarting a process in the background is really NOT a good idea if the program expects interactive input from the user!).
No worries! Glad to have helped!Dude! that was it I was trying && and sort of getting near it but it was in the back of my memory that there was this command. It was & not && since of course && strings commands together. This was what I was looking for, thanks so much!