Questions tagged [gnu-screen]

screen (GNU Screen) is a full-screen window manager that multiplexes a physical terminal between several processes (typically interactive shells). For computer monitors, see the tag /monitors.

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Matlab crashes after screen session disconnect and reconnect

Please forgive the cross-post from matlab answers. This received no response over there. I'll try to go into a bit more detail with this post. http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/242954-m-...
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SSH screen (CentOS) crashes

I use the screen command to run a Minecraft server on my CentOS 6.4 machine. However, once I end the SSH session, the Minecraft server and the screen will eventually simply stop such that when I come ...
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Do not clear a split screen region when one command completes

I run some commands in parallel and I want to see their last output after all of them complete (in the scrollback of my terminal emulator). Here's my test script test.screen: # screen -t A sh -c '...
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On my local machine, what can Screen bring, which a terminal emulator or nohup/disown can't?

GNU Screen is a terminal multiplexer, which provides Persistence: Similar to VNC, many terminal multiplexers allow the user to start applications from one computer, and then reconnect from a ...
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Install a package from SSH

This is my first experience with Linux. I want to install a package (named screen) and I have access to a SSH login which I use putty on Windows to do so. Is there a way to install screen from putty ...
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Can't open a screen on pty freshly created [closed]

I have a program that communicates through a serial protocol uart. I would like to test this protocol using simple terminal emulator running on the same computer. This program opens /dev/tty. I would ...

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