Is there a way to redirect nohup output to a log file other than nohup.out?

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http://unix.stackexchange.com – I frequently use the program nohup so that my processes are immune to hangups. So if I want to make the program program immune to hangups, I use the command nohup program & where & puts the process in the background. When starting, nohup gives me the message: nohup: appending output to `nohup.out' Is there any way to send the output to a file other than nohup.out? Often I want to run many processes in the same directory using nohup, but if I do this, all the output gets lumped together in a single nohup.out file. The manual page (for example, here) does not seem to have an (HowTos)