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Antrikssh

Antrikssh

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  • Member Since: 27 Aug 12
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    RE: How to run my web browser as a background process ?
    Thank you for giving your presious time to me. This information is helpfull for me. Now I will never make this mistake again. Thanks and regards, Antrikssh...
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    Thank you for giving your presious time to me. This information is helpfull for me. Now I will never make this mistake again.

    Thanks and regards,
    Antrikssh...

  • Antrikssh
    How to run my web browser as a background process ?
    Hello Everone, I am newbie in Linux O/S. I have worked with linux from last 3 month. I have used Fedora 15. I want to know how to start my web browser as a background process. I have searched for that and I also found some command that I have used command are.. (1) [user]firefox Above command opened my browser window. (2) [user]firefox & This command opened my browser window along with pid display on my terminal. (3) [user]firefox URL This command opened browser window with define URL. But I want to run my browser as a background process. So Is there is any command for that. Its very helpfull for me. I am waiting for your reply. Thanks and Regrad, Antrikssh...
    Link to this post 27 Aug 12

    Hello Everone,

    I am newbie in Linux O/S. I have worked with linux from last 3 month. I have used Fedora 15. I want to know how to start my web browser as a background process. I have searched for that and I also found some command that I have used command are..

    (1) [user]firefox
    Above command opened my browser window.
    (2) [user]firefox &
    This command opened my browser window along with pid display on my terminal.
    (3) [user]firefox URL
    This command opened browser window with define URL.
    But I want to run my browser as a background process. So Is there is any command for that. Its very helpfull for me. I am waiting for your reply.

    Thanks and Regrad,
    Antrikssh...

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