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I work on Linux servers via SSH (putty) and run "screen" to preserve my sessions so I can attach/detach them at anytime I wish without losing the connectivity/process disruption which is working perfectly fine.
As my team members also have root access to those servers, it is... (7 Replies)
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My question has to do with a Remote Desktop Session going from my Linux HOST to a Windows GUEST.
Linux OS: OpenSuSE 11.4 i586
Windows OS: Windows Server 2003
For some reason after I have run rdekstop to connect to the Windows Guest, whenever I click on the Shift key I get the... (0 Replies)
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I have this Unix script that kills a user session. When I run it, my screen goes blank. How do I prevent the blank screen?
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hi, i am on AIX 5.3. I would like to write scripts that initiate or reattach to a screen session to run some commands either from unix or Universe. Can anyone assist me with a with a wuick primer on this. I can attach or initiate a screen manually and then run the commands but I would like to... (6 Replies)
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Following command sends word 'test' followed by an enter into a screen session (in our case screen_1). How do I print the result, if that would result ? How do I print the result, even if the program running in the session is locked ?
Thank you :)
screen -S screen_1 -X... (5 Replies)
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If I run "sleep 10&".. when that background process is done, is there a way for unix to print to screen to let me know? Thanks. (1 Reply)
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Im in a Fedora 9 system.
Im using screen to invoke the session that is created by me.
Whenever we open the terminal then a session is created by the operating system. I want to know what is the name of default session in screen command.
I could not get it using "screen -ls". Can you... (3 Replies)
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Good day. :)
I don't know exactly where or how to post this kind of stuff, but I though I'd like to have a look at my "Screen Saver" in progress. Comments welcome.
This uses bash. Just copy and pase into any file. Make o+x and run. Feel free to edit and change all u like.
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Is there an easy way to print what is on the screen?
Running SunOS 5.7 and blackbox. (1 Reply)
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