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To run a command in a new background process, it's possible to use the
& in Bash.
nemo . & #  69062
This, for example, will open the Nemo file manager in the background. It'll continue to send the contents of STDOUT and STDERR to our Bash session, so we can pipe all of that into
nemo . &>/dev/null & #  68983
(These created processes can be killed with
kill <pid>, eg