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Linux 2.6 - man page for byobu-select-session (linux section 1)

byobu-select-session(1) 		      byobu			  byobu-select-session(1)

       byobu-select-session - select and connect to a byobu session

       byobu-select-session is an application that lists the available screen sessions running on
       the system, and prompts the user to select one.	The user also has the option to create	a
       new Byobu session, or launch the default shell without Byobu.

       If  an invalid selection is chosen 3 times in a row, the user is connected to the youngest

       By default, if only one session exists, the user is connected to that session, and  if  no
       sessions  exist,  a  new session is created -- such that there is no interactive prompt in
       the normal behavior.  However, some users may choose to always be  prompted,  by  touching
       the file $BYOBU_CONFIG_DIR/.always-select.

       Note that BYOBU_CONFIG_DIR=$HOME/.byobu.

       Named  sessions	that begin with a "." are "hidden" from byobu-select-session(1).  This is
       useful, for instance, if you do not want a session to be automatically selected at  login.
	 byobu -S .hidden


       byobu(1), screen(1)


       This  manpage  and  the	utility were written by Dustin Kirkland <kirkland@ubuntu.com> for
       Ubuntu systems (but may be used by others).  Permission is  granted  to	copy,  distribute
       and/or  modify  this  document  and  the utility under the terms of the GNU General Public
       License, Version 3 published by the Free Software Foundation.

       The complete text of the GNU General Public License can	be  found  in  /usr/share/common-
       licenses/GPL on Debian/Ubuntu systems, or in /usr/share/doc/fedora-release-*/GPL on Fedora
       systems, or on the web at http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt.

byobu					   12 Jan 2010			  byobu-select-session(1)

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