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Simply invoke screen at a shell prompt. After it's started the shell inside screen, then run the mysql import command as normal. To detach from the screen session, type Ctrl-A, D. To reattach the session, type screen -r
your solution is: screen -d -m runSomething
Soulrce:https://kb.iu.edu/data/ahrm.html To see your existing screen sessions, enter: screen -list This will display a list of your current screen sessions. For instance, if you had one attached screen, you would see: 1636.pts-21.hostname (Attached) To detach an attached screen, enter: screen -D If you have more than one attached screen, ...
Here is how to work around the issue. All the above else failed for me. I am using Windows 7 home Edition. Before Connecting To RDP, Click the link with the words "Remote desktop Connection" Link. Ensure you click the link with these words, not the actual URL or saved RDP name. When the RDP window opens up, click the Options button at the bottom. ...
You need to be mindful of what you're doing. Also be aware of who has access to your screen sessions. That should only be you, unless you are sharing an account. I leave sessions open with root access without concern using my own account. And if you allow sudo su - without a password from your account, screen should be the least of your concerns.
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