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Sometimes a user will not want to wait for a command to complete and would like to continue doing other stuff in the meantime. There are multiple ways to achieve this:

– Execute your command with ‘&’ appended to it. This makes sure that the command is run in the background while the terminal is freed up immediately.

– For an already running command not executed with an appended &, stop the command using Ctrl+Z and then run the ‘bg’ command to push it into background.

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