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the analog of 'nohup' in bash

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could someone tell me how to do the 'nohup' function (from the command line) in bash? I think i really need to konw that.
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You can use nohup using bash:

[congo]/usr/people/rembo/shbin: bash
bash$ nohup
Incorrect usage
Usage: nohup command arg ...
bash$ nohup netscape & 
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bash$ Sending output to nohup.out

bash$ exit
exit

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