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comment tmux session_name count
No, that is helpful. It's information I did not have before. ^_~
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comment Remapping a keyboard key to print ⸮ (irony mark)
While the lowest voted answer, this is the one I have used.
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comment Remapping a keyboard key to print ⸮ (irony mark)
"azerty"... I seem to remember that from somewhere... <execute command>... Oh yeah, I remember now. Bonjour la France! ^_~
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comment Remapping a keyboard key to print ⸮ (irony mark)
^_~ It's all good. I knew about xmodmap, I just blank forgot about it hence feeling sheepish. Still, this is a very nice answer. Many thanks!
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comment Remapping a keyboard key to print ⸮ (irony mark)
Yes, it is that easy with xmodmap... WOW, but I do feel sheepish... I'll accept your answer tomorrow unless someone put me (even more) to shame ^_~
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comment Is there a way to make Screen scroll like a normal terminal?
@Totor: I am afraid that it's been a long long time since I looked at these. I moved to using tmux and pretty much forgot all about screen. In essence, the commands are adding support for scroll to the term cap entry. You can probably find out more by reading the man page on termcap.
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