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Put a running app in background PDF
Saturday, 04 June 2011
When you have a running app that was launched from the terminal and you want to put it in background use:

 Ctrl + Z

Then to see that job use:

  jobs -l

To get that job back in foreground use:

  fg n               # where n is job number.

You can also see running jobs in background with bg command:

  bg
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