Re: IM on a home debian network
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- Cc: Kevin Mark <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: IM on a home debian network
- From: Douglas Allan Tutty <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 1 Aug 2007 12:11:08 -0400
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On Tue, Jul 31, 2007 at 10:16:32PM -0400, Kevin Mark wrote:
> I just started to use screen and it has 'control-a ?' which given you
> the 'cheatsheet'. But you dont need all the commands to start using it.
> I use:
> 'screen MYCOMMAND' to start a new screen session
> control-a " for menu-based session selection
> control-a n for 'go to next screen session'
> 'screen -list' to list the sessions
> there are many more, but it is easy to try and then ask here for more
> advanced options.
Yea, I just tried it again and it only took me 20 seconds to hit
something (wrong key?) and its frozen that vt, nothing works. I tried
killing its process and it remained frozen. Luckily, I had ssh'd in to
the box so I could kill the ssh session from the originating box.
I know, the GNU folks are in love with Ctrl-* * commands (witness info)
but why they can't give a screen like in minicom with drop-down menus or