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Re: putty logout hang



On Mon, Dec 16, 2002 at 09:18:55AM -0800, Mike Egglestone wrote:
> Hi,
> Whenever I login to my woody server and run a command
> and place it in the background, I can't logout from the putty
> window properly.
> For example:
> I'll use putty (ssh), login and run an rsync command over the network.
> (This command may take 10 minutes)
> So I ^Z it, and then bg it to the background.
> I then use the exit command and I logout but the putty window hangs.

Some firewall issue maybe? 

Anyway, run command in screen session if you are on remote.

Do ^A^D to detach and close session. Login again later and atach
session.

Just believe me and install screen :)
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