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jascottebsco
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FW Monitor in the background

What is the best way to run a "fw monitor" in the background.

I am in expert mode, and I did run 'fw monitor .... &" to get it to run in the background. But upon disconnection and reconnection, jobs doesn't show it in the background. 

The job is there when I ps-aux | grep it but I can't seem to bring it into the foreground using fg 

 

Thanks

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Ofir_Shikolski
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