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Linux suspended jobs

If you suspended job by accident with ctrl+z you can always resume by fg here more examples:

crtlz suspend
jobs - list the current jobs
fg - resume the job that's next in the queue
fg %[number] - resume job [number]
bg - Push the next job in the queue into the background
bg %[number] - Push the job [number] into the background
kill %[number] - Kill the job numbered [number]
kill -[signal] %[number] - Send the signal [signal] to job number [number]
disown %[number] - you won't be owner of process anymore so it will be alive after leaving terminal


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