0
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GNU screen status bar - how to make it display shell session names?

Let's say I have several shell "tabs" (or screens? sessions?) named bash1, bash2, etc. open in GNU screen. I want the status bar (i.e., the caption line) to display the names as "bash1 | bash2 | ..", ...
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1answer
102 views

Send command to detached screen and get the output

I've been searching to find a way to send a command to a detached screen session. So far, so good. This is what I've come up with: $ screen -S test -p 0 -X stuff 'command\n' This command works as ...
2
votes
2answers
399 views

Find out screen id

I want to start a program with SSH using PHP, which works fine, but now I want to kill the screen with PHP, but the only thing I know is the name of the screen. How do I find out the screen ID ...
1
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1answer
260 views

Cron automated bash script to run run 1 bash script then another, plus integrity check

So I have a custom in-house app developed by a 3rd party. When the app is running, I can verify it is running with the "screen -ls" command. As long as screens are running for rails and freeswitch ...
3
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1answer
415 views

How can I run byobu from xterm at starting?

I set up byobu auto run with the command byobu-enable. It's great when I log in from terminal or ssh, but how can I make xterm attach to it automatically ? (mate-terminal from Linux mint especially)
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2answers
582 views

Lock a byobu session with password?

I used to leave my byobu sessions detached on a server. I want to lock the session to prevent other users (root account) accessing my session. Is this possible?
1
vote
1answer
154 views

Return Carriage not working (Screen)

When I execute the command screen -S myscreen -X stuff $'search add $1 \015' from a shell it works perfectly. If I put it in a .sh file and run it as sh /test.sh variablehere it sends it to screen as ...
1
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2answers
400 views

Adjusting Screen Size on Ubuntu Virtualbox

When running Ubuntu as a Vitualbox guest, with a Windows 7 64-bit machine as host, how can I maximize the screen so it fills up the whole monitor?
6
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2answers
929 views

Fixing CTRL-* in vim under GNU screen

When running vim under GNU screen, I'm finding that combinations of CTRL with the arrow and Pg* keys don't work as expected. I'm using the Ubuntu 10.10 vim-gnome package. On a different machine, ...
6
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2answers
2k views

Why is screen seemingly doing nothing with commands passed with -X?

I've been trying to set up an automated backup system for a minecraft server, and I'm having trouble with screen, specifically when using 'screen -r sessionname -X "/var/minecraft/somebatchfile"', ...
3
votes
1answer
625 views

Ubuntu: How can I disable boot and logout screen

I want to be able to see all stuff from the boot process, just like in Debian. I instaled startupmanager but It only change boot screen to more ugly. I search google and find that you must remove ...