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    Question Run program in background CentOS

    Hi,

    I use to work with freebsd and appending '&' at the end of any command would run it in background. However it doesn't seem to work with CentOS..

    How to get working 'ls' in background per example.

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    why do you want ls in the background?
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    That is not my command, like I said it is an example.

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    I found 'ls &' wasn't enough but 'ls > /dev/null &' answered my needs

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