I have a Python script I have set to run on boot on my Pi (Raspian Jessie).
sudo screen -r wixel prints the running output of this script. Everything looks good.
Hitting Ctrl+c stops the output. But running
sudo screen -r wixel produces the following...
There is no screen to be resumed matching wixel.
Now, I'm new to Linux, and perhaps it's by design. But I thought this would take me back into the view of the running script.
It appears as though I'm actually terminating the script altogether.
How is this different to the Tail command? How can I toggle the view on and off without terminating the script.