5 Ways to Keep Remote SSH Sessions and Processes Running After Disconnection

SSH or Secure Shell in simple terms is a way by which a person can remotely access another user on other system but only in command line i.e. non-GUI mode. In more technical terms, when we ssh on to other user on some other system and run commands on that machine, it actually creates a pseudo-terminal and attaches it to the login shell of the user logged in.

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