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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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How do I bind the keys Tab and ShiftTab in screen? My problem is that I don’t know what to pass to the screen bind command to designate these keystrokes. BTW, I’m aware of GNU screen: move between re …
asked Oct 17 '13 by ricab
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How can I derive the character sequence that represents a certain keystroke in screen? I mean, what bind takes as input. For instance, 's' represents the obvious keystroke on the 's' key. 'S' represen …
asked Oct 25 '13 by ricab
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In GNU Screen, how can I create a new window whose shell inherits the environment of the shell in the current window? The usual Ctrl+A C doesn't seem to do this.
asked Sep 9 '13 by ricab
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If, in my newly created bash, I do: pushd foo pushd bar dirs -l -v I will get something like 0 bar 1 foo 2 old_dir If I then do bash dirs -l -v I get only 0 bar The same thing happens …
asked Sep 9 '13 by ricab
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The reason why this doesn't work automaticall ATOW is a known bash bug which prevents exporting array variables (see section bugs in man page). Unfortunately DIRSTACK is an array variable. I created …
answered Sep 9 '13 by ricab