I want to define bash functions and aliases in my remote shell automatically on login. I can't put the definitions into .profile or similar because the users I log in as are often shared with others ...
Using a normal bash prompt echo -e 'hello\tworld' produces a real tab. However the same command run within GNU screen puts spaces between the two words. I have tested this on Ubuntu 10.04 with Screen ...
I'm very new to screen but have configured my ~/.screenrc file according to various recommendations I've found on the internet. I have one issue with it though which I'm sure could be resolved very ...
I use GNU screen with 5 different sessions, each of which stores its own command history. But often I don't find a command in the history, although I'm sure I've used it exactly in the session I'm ...