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you should be starting jboss as a service so it runs in background.
other more primitive way of doing this is by just forcing standalone.sh to run in bacground.
./standalone.sh <all the parameters you give it> &
that "&" on the end tells linux to run it in background.
I tried with standalone.sh & performed in the bin folder, but the server, when I close my ssh falls on the same, may be due to the configuration made in jboss?
Actually one part missing from the command from Tomaz, you probably need to prefix the command with nohup i.e.
nohup ./standalone.sh &
As Tomaz says the & will put it in the background but the nohup will intercept any kill signals sent to the process when you close your SSH connection.
Really, really thank you very much