zanfur at zanfur.com
Wed May 7 04:04:24 PDT 2003
If you want more screens, just create more screens within the first
screen program by pressing "C-a c" (or "C-a C-c", they both do the
same thing -- think "create"). You can go to each of the first ten
screens by number (starting with 0) by pressing "C-a <number>", you
can cycle forward through your screens with "C-a n" (think "next"),
backwards with "C-a p" (think "previous"), and you can swap between
the two last accessed screens with "C-a C-a" (think "alternate").
You *can* run screen inside of screen, but I can't think of a good
reason to do so. I'd be delighted to hear of one, though -- bonus
geek points will be awarded the more exotic it is.
On Tue, May 06, 2003 at 09:54:50AM -0700, jheiss+linux at ee.washington.edu wrote:
> See the -m flag. To control the second level screen you have to use
> C-a a <key>.
> Haven't a clue why you'd want to do this, but it is possible. :)
> On Tue, May 06, 2003 at 12:13:45PM -0500, Lawrence Lin wrote:
> > Screen is great, but I haven't figured out how to create a "screen within
> > screen" session. Are nested screen sessions even possible?
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