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Linux - How to split the terminal into more than one "view"?

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From vi, if you issue the command :sp, the screen splits into two "views", allowing you to edit more than one file from the same console screenterminal.

IsAlong those same lines, is there a way to do something similar with a Linux terminal, where you can have multiple shells open in the same console screenterminal?

From vi, if you issue the command :sp, the screen splits into two "views", allowing you to edit more than one file from the same console screen.

Is there a way to do something similar with a Linux terminal, where you can have multiple shells open in the same console screen?

From vi, if you issue the command :sp, the screen splits into two "views", allowing you to edit more than one file from the same terminal.

Along those same lines, is there a way to have multiple shells open in the same terminal?

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Linux shell - "split" modeHow to split the terminal into more than one "view"?

From vi, if you issue the command :sp, the screen splits into two "views", allowing you to edit more than one file from the same console screen.

Is there a way to do something similar with a linux shellLinux terminal, where you can have multiple shells open in the same console screen?

Linux shell - "split" mode?

From vi, if you issue the command :sp, the screen splits into two "views", allowing you to edit more than one file from the same console screen.

Is there a way to do something similar with a linux shell, where you can have multiple shells open in the same console screen?

Linux - How to split the terminal into more than one "view"?

From vi, if you issue the command :sp, the screen splits into two "views", allowing you to edit more than one file from the same console screen.

Is there a way to do something similar with a Linux terminal, where you can have multiple shells open in the same console screen?

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