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screen [2009/04/11 00:49]
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screen [2009/04/16 18:53]
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-To enter scrollback hit C-a [. A status line will indicate that you've entered copy mode. To exit scrollback mode, hit the escape button.+To enter scrollback hit Ctrl+a [ . A status line will indicate that you've entered copy mode. To exit scrollback mode, hit the escape button.
  
 Navigating in scrollback mode will be pretty familiar to VI users. Here are some of the most common navigation keys (taken from the screen manpage): Navigating in scrollback mode will be pretty familiar to VI users. Here are some of the most common navigation keys (taken from the screen manpage):
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 Search is a very useful feature. For example, you could run a script and search for keywords in the output (such as Error), without having to redirect the output. Search is a very useful feature. For example, you could run a script and search for keywords in the output (such as Error), without having to redirect the output.
  
-<​code ​text> +=== Screen Profile === 
-  GNU nano 2.0.2                                         ​File: ​.screenrc+This is a decent screen profile I use on my machines. 
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 +<​code ​bash | .screenrc>
  
 hardstatus alwayslastline "%H Screen(s): %{b}%w %=%{kG}%C%A ​ %D, %M/%d/%Y " hardstatus alwayslastline "%H Screen(s): %{b}%w %=%{kG}%C%A ​ %D, %M/%d/%Y "
screen.txt · Last modified: 2009/04/16 18:53 by k2patel