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I had the problem of doing an upgrade of ubuntu over ssh and lost the connection right in the middle. I thought I was doomed. After some research, I found that I could resume an existing ssh session using a command line option of screen. First, I ran the following. screen -d -r This gave me a list of existing sessions. Each session was listed with a ...
Alt+Space, E, L worked for me (and Scroll Lock did not). Just wanted to add that after activating, the item in the menu becomes gray and can not be changed anymore, so you may wonder how to deactivate it again, which is pretty easy: press Esc or Ctrl+C. Thought that this may save a little time for someone like myself
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