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Re: Not a bug - just an idea: 'Str-z & bg' @once

From: Robert Michel
Subject: Re: Not a bug - just an idea: 'Str-z & bg' @once
Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2003 01:00:07 +0100

Salve Bash-team!
Salve Paul,
thank you for your answer ;)

On Thursday, 13. February 2003 20:38, Paul Jarc wrote:
> Robert Michel <address@hidden> wrote:
> > 'screen cdrecord.....' helps but then you have to know it
> > in advance that the new process my be to be moved to bg.
> You could do "screen bash" even earlier (e.g., from your startup
> scripts).  Then when you start a job and later decide you want to
> leave it in the background, you can start a new shell, even if you
> didn't do anything special when starting that job.

With screen I'm now happy, to start it at the beginning,
and with 'C-a D D' (pow_detach) is a Detach and logout,
and with screen -r a attach after relogin possible.

- Wouldn't it be nice to add the hint 'screen' to your man pages?

> > So I would propose 'Strg-b' for 'Strg-z & bg' @once.
> It's not possible.  bash would have no way of knowing that Ctrl-b was
> typed during the time that another process was in the foreground.
- So 'Strg-z' is a feature of the kernel?
- Would you bash-people think it would make sence to ask the kernel-team
  about 'Strg-z & bg' @once? Or is the screen solution perfect engough
  for all user and all kind of devices?

Wish you all the best,

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