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Try jobs to see all jobs and jobs -r to see only running jobs in the background. That will give you the status of the running jobs (stopped, ongoing, finished...)

Here are the common other commands to play with foreground/background : - Place in background : bg (run), Ctl+Z (suspend), & at the end of a command line (run), nohup (run and not linked to the console) - Foreground : fg (or fg %2 ...)

Try jobs to see all jobs and jobs -r to see only running jobs in the background. That will give you the status of the running jobs (stopped, ongoing, finished...)finished...) but not the progress.

Here are the common other commands to play with foreground/background : - Place in background : bg (run), Ctl+Z (suspend), & at the end of a command line (run), nohup (run and not linked to the console) - Foreground : fg (or fg %2 ...)

Try jobs to see all jobs and jobs -r to see only running jobs in the background. That will give you the status of the running jobs (stopped, ongoing, finished...) but not the progress.

Here are the common other commands to play with foreground/background :

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  • Place in background : bg (run), Ctl+Z (suspend), & at the end of a command line (run), nohup (run and not linked to the console) - console)
  • Foreground : fg (or fg %2 ...)