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1answer
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Set alias which doesn't send specified text? [closed]

EDIT I set a alias task in ~/.bashrc. The following: alias join="clear; screen -ls; screen -rx [<ID_OF_THE_RUNNING_SCREEN> quit]" If i the task join is executed, the following has to ...
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1answer
191 views

Byobu - send command to byobu tmux session from commandline (or bash/sh)

I run a script which I would like to print the status to a byobu tmux session. So for example print backup finished \n. Is it possible to do this with the name of the byobu tmux window, which you can ...
1
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1answer
516 views

How to get byobu to start at startup with a command executed, as root?

I want when the computer start, a byobu session is started and a command executed in the first window (windows 0), without requiring any user intervention. It is very important that this doesn't ...
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0answers
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running matlab command line in screen — can't type after reattaching

I'm logging in via ssh to a more powerful computer, on this I start a screen session with screen -S mine and then open a matlab command line via matlab -nodesktop -nodplash and then run within matlab ...
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1answer
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Cannot set up screen panning in Ubuntu with xRandR which states that it cannot find the modes

I am using a Samsung n150 netbook with a 10.1 inch screen and it has a maximum screen resolution of 1024x600. I am running Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and want to enable screen panning for a larger virtual ...
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1answer
424 views

How to resume multiple instances of Screen from command line with minimal steps?

I have about 15 instances of screen running on my linux server. They are each running processes I need to monitor. I had to close terminal (hence the reason I launched screen). Is there a way to ...
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2answers
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Clearing GNU Screen after full-screen application

When working at a normal xterm (not sure about a "real" terminal), when a full-screen program such as man or vim is closed, it disappears, leaving your screen so you can see your prompt, and previous ...
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6answers
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Keep SSH Sessions running after disconnection

I sometimes have long running processes that I want to kick off before going home, so I create a SSH session to the server to start the process, but then I want to close my laptop and go home and ...