If there are 2 gnu-screens, with the name: screen1 and screen10. If we want to do something with screen1, I can't, because if I try as example to print something to the screen, it will say that there is a Screen screen1 and screen10. so I need to specify my command so it will print it to screen1 without any problems, but how can specify it, so this command below will work?
screen -x screen1 -p 0 -X stuff `printf "test\r"`
Manual screen: http://www.gnu.org/software/screen/manual/screen.html (I couldn't find the argument that would solve this problem)