I want to start gnu screen automatically when I login to my remote machine via ssh, so I add
to the end of the .bash_profile file, then I find out that when I terminate the screening, my connection to the ssh host is also closed immediately. How can I avoid this?
In case that I want to resume a screen (e.g. named 'old-screen'), because I start screening every time when I login, I face a situation that I am attached to 'new-screen' and I want to reattach to the 'old-screen'. If I just
screen -r old-screen
I find myself in a recursive screen, and I can not navigate within 'old-screen' because all the shortcut key are received by 'new-screen'. If I try to quit the current screen, my connect to the remote machine will also be lost immediately.
Any solution to it?