[R] Access to R from a remote location - follow up

Erich Neuwirth erich.neuwirth at univie.ac.at
Fri Jan 10 18:34:05 CET 2003

for keeping a job running when i log out on a unix system
i use the gnu tool

it has many functions,
one being able to disconnect from a running (even interactive)
terminal session and making the process believe that you are still
connected. next time you log in, you connect to the "old" session.

so it definitely would support what you want to do.

Roger Peng wrote:

>This is possible because I've done it many times.  But I think whether or
>not your job gets killed when you log out depends on your shell/operating
>UCLA Department of Statistics
>rpeng at stat.ucla.edu
>On Thu, 9 Jan 2003, Martin Renner wrote:
>>Following up on Erick's post, does anybody know whether it is 
>>possible to start a lengthy batch-job in R, then log-out/break a 
>>dial-up connection (while R is still running) and later pick-up the R 

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