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How to reopen a running program after re-logging in

Greetings all,

My problem is say, I am running a simulation on a supercomputer on redhat through exceed. The simulation takes about 2 weeks to complete so I would like to shut down the desktop computer I am using to use exceed to access the super computer (since I don't want to keep the computer on for 2 weeks until the simulation ends.) So I come back in another 2 weeks and access the supercomputer through exceed. But I don't see my program on the desktop. My question is, how do I resume the program? I see that the program is still running in the background but I can't access the actual program and therefore I can't save the results of the simulation. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

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In linux you have a command.. call screen , you can use this in future..

PLease go through http://www.oreillynet.com/linux/cmd/cmd.csp?path=s/screen

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