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Is there a way to watch all screens output in a single place?

having about 12 screens running long processes, I am willing to check out the state from time to time. I would like to "tail -f " them all in a single console window so I don't have to switch between ...
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1answer
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Get the session name of a parent gnu screen

I know that the current session name can be accessed with the $STY environment variable, is there a way to get the session name of the parent screen session in case of nested screens?
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1answer
318 views

freeze and thaw tmux and/or terminal sessions?

I would like to be able to freeze and thaw tmux sessions. That is, to take a complex set of session state, persist it, and bring it back from some persistent store later. Essentially, git stash for ...
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1answer
88 views

customizing terminal ssh shell [closed]

The other day I saw someone connected to an ssh shell with status bars on the bottom (Mac OS X Terminal) of the terminal. It has things such as upload rate, memory usage, time, current username, and ...
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1answer
285 views

embedded linux serial terminal

I have built a custom embedded system using debian 6.0. using /etc/inittab i have made several (8) processes running on different /dev/ttyX terminals, which i can switch between using Alt+FX key ...
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1answer
136 views

Some keys not working under screen in vim

When using vim under screen, some keys are not working. Namely, Pressing Alt-Left produces '3D' and Alt-Right produces '3C' Also, pressing Up/Down when scrolling list of files in Command-T plugin ...
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2answers
215 views

GNU Screen: opening each screen buffer in a separate terminal tab

I'm looking for a Linux terminal that is fully integrated with GNU Screen, i.e. mapping each screen buffer to a separate tab and with full scrollback support - all that inside a SSH session. Is this ...
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5answers
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How to scroll back in screen within a ssh session from osx?

Ok, i do the following: Open Terminal.app Open a ssh session to a remote linux server Open a screen session on the server Start a program who breaks with many lines of error reporting... How can i ...
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2answers
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Terminal Width issues with Linux Screen

I'm having issues where when I'm in a regular SSH terminal, with $TERM set to xterm-256color, and the terminal width is very small (narrow) in Linux Screen. I'm running Arch Linux. When I'm in the ...
2
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2answers
509 views

SCREEN setup tips

How do you use the "screen" tool ? I'm looking for best practices and config tips : To keep clean and ordered sessions on several servers To have a beautiful colored interface To have a fully ...
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4answers
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How can I launch a screen session with a command over ssh on a remote server from my desktop?

I want to be able to launch screen sessions on remote servers from a single ssh command on my desktop. However, screen seems to need a terminal, which is not available when running a command through ...
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3answers
367 views

Is is possible to reattach a telnet connection?

Our network involves a series of dumb text terminals which telnet into a SCO OpenServer 6 server. Occasionally, one of these terminals will crash, forcing the operator to move to a different terminal ...