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The reason is that in your xterm, ^H is the erase character, and tmux apparently translates the erase character to the corresponding control character (^?) for the terminal it emulates, so that erasing works as expected in cooked mode (for instance, what happens when you just type cat). The translation is needed in case you use a terminal with ^? as the ...
Found it! To find the screen instance in which PID 351 is running, search the PID 351 environment for the string "STY=": $ grep -z '^STY=' /proc/351/environ STY=1410.neverFindMe Or using ps (if screen session names don't contain space characters): $ ps wwep 351 | grep -o 'STY=\S*' STY=1410.neverFindMe
I have a special keybinding to copy screen selection to X selection using xsel: bind b eval writebuf 'exec /bin/sh -c " xsel -i < /tmp/screen-exchange"' 'exec /bin/sh -c "killall xsel"' I copied from somewhere but I don't remember from where now.
You can use xsel to get the buffer into your displays clipboard as described here on stackoverflow: The steps on Linux with xsel are as follows: Copy text from your screen session into GNU screen's copy buffer. Run this command within screen: cat | xsel -b If xsel didn't report any error, now dump screen's copy buffer to STDIN: Ctrl+a+] ...
I had the same problems with different setup: Host OS: Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon 64-bit Guest OS: Centos 6.6 Virtualbox: Oracle VM VirtualBox Manager 4.3.10_Ubuntu Solution which worked for me: Install Virtualbox --> Devices, Insert Guest Additions CD image Code: Select all Expand view [root@centos6 ~]# cd /media/VBOXADDITIONS_4.3.10_93012/ ...
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