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Remove Background from Image
A fully automated background-removal tool. Nicely done
images  editing  tools  background  graphics 
4 weeks ago by jm
#825394 - systemd kill background processes after user logs out - Debian Bug report logs
Systemd breaks UNIX behaviour which has been standard practice for 30 years:
It is now indeed the case that any background processes that were still
running are killed automatically when the user logs out of a session,
whether it was a desktop session, a VT session, or when you SSHed into a
machine. Now you can no longer expect a long running background processes to
continue after logging out. I believe this breaks the expectations of
many users. For example, you can no longer start a screen or tmux
session, log out, and expect to come back to it.
systemd  ops  debian  linux  fail  background  cli  commandline 
may 2016 by jm
Project Middleman
another concurrency shell command; interesting approach to dashboarding the results, with the "mdm.screen" utility provided
mdm  unix  concurrency  shell  linux  forking  background  xargs  parallelism  from delicious
october 2010 by jm

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