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 ...
When I restore a splitted session of screen, I've got only one print session and have to reconfigure the number of display session. Is there another way to have the original screen configuration?
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 ...
I'm using screen on debian lenny, and I would like to use the -R option. From man screen: -R attempts to resume the youngest (in terms of creation time) detached screen session it ...
Browsing through questions I found about tmux (I normally used GNU Screen). My question is what are pros and cons of each of them. Especially I couldn't find much about tmux.
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 ...
I have a shared home directory that is automounted via NFS on all the UNIX servers I log in to. I would like to have a single .screenrc that (for example) puts the hostname in the hardstatus line in a ...
I've accidentally attached to a 2nd GNU screen session from within an existing screen session and cannot detach or issue commands to the inner screen. I remember figuring out how to do that before but ...