Re: nohup, but not nohup.out -- how to?
David Jardine <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> nuhup somecommand > somefile & sleep 1; tail -f somefile
That will write "nohup: appending output to `nohup.out'" to the file
The output from somecommand will still end up in nohup.out.
I was hoping I could say something like "nohup -f somefile
somecommand" or "nohup -o somefile somecommand", but nohup doesn't
seem to accept command line arguments like this.
zsh has a command "disown" which seems to do something similar to
nohup, without the output redirection. But I don't know details.