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Foreground Process

A foreground process is different from a background process in two ways:
1. Some foreground processes show the user an interface, through which the user can interact with the program.
2. The user must wait for one foreground process to complete before running another one.

To start a foreground process, enter a command at the prompt, e.g.,

Quote
$ command1


The next prompt will not appear until command1 finishes running.
Posted on May 3rd, 2016
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