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Is it possible to lanuch a parentless process in linux?

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I often start  programs like firefox directyle from Linux console.
Sometimes I close a console from which I started firefox. That caused all child processed to be killed.
Is it possible to start a parentless process that  doesn't die when konsole from which it was stared is killed?
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Hello pmnox,

You can start the process in a screen

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sunnycoder
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thx. I've been searching for a few hours for command similar to this one  :]
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