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Re-attach the screen After you detach the screen, let say you are disconnecting your SSH session and going home. In your home, you start toSSH again to your server and you want to see the progress of your download process. To do that, you need to restore the screen. You can run this command: pungki@mint  Full Article…

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use screen in Ubuntu 12.04

nice tool for those who use the terminal for much of their work. Installation is simple: 1 sudo apt-get install screen Some useful (basic) commands are: 1 2 3 4 screen -S <sessionname> # create session with name ‘sessionname’ screen -ls              # show current screen sessions CTRL-a d                # detach from screen session screen -r  Full Article…

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Screen Regions

If we need to see multiple windows at once, we can use something that screen calls “regions”. We create more regions by splitting the current region. To split the current region horizontally, we can type: Ctrl-a S This will move our current window to the top half of the screen and open a new blank  Full Article…

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Managing Screen Sessions

When you want to quit screen and kill all of your windows, you can use this command sequence. Ctrl-a \ Really quit and kill all your windows [y/n] This will destroy our screen session. We will lose any windows we have created and any unfinished work. But we want to explore one of the huge  Full Article…

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Install and Use Screen

Screen is a console application that allows you to use multiple terminal sessions within one window. The program operates within a shell session and acts as a container and manager for other terminal sessions, similar to how a window manager manages windows. There are many situations where creating several terminal windows is not possible or  Full Article…

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screen

Screen is a terminal multiplexer It is a simple CLI program to allow one to create a virtual connection to multiple shells. It is useful to, for example, start a command at work (inside a screen session), disconnect, then log in from home, reconnect to the same screen session, and interact with the command.    Full Article…

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screen

Screen manager with VT100/ANSI terminal emulation. screen is a full-screen window manager that multiplexes a physical terminal between several processes (typically interactive shells). Each virtual terminal provides the functions of a DEC VT100 terminal and, in addition, several control functions from the ISO 6429 (ECMA 48, ANSI X3.64) and ISO 2022 standards (e.g. insert/delete line  Full Article…

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