Re: Resuming to a background process?

From: Barid Bel Medar (
Date: 06/03/96

On Mon, 3 Jun 1996, Hades wrote:

> Ok, mud is running in the background... any clue how I can resume control of
> it? It is occasionally hitting what I think to be an infinite loop, and I'd
> like to return to control of the program do I can ^\ it and dump the core.
> Or know how I can see what the hell is going on with gdb? I attach in but
> none of the normal cmmands work... back, list, etc...

Use "fg" to return to either a suspended or a background process.  If 
you've got multiple ones, and are using tcsh, try %"command line".  For 
example, if you've got TIN suspended, PINE suspended, and the MUD is 
running in the background, do this to get to each:


Actually, you only need the first letter for those.  tcsh can figure out 
where to go from there.

Barid Bel Medar                     
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