This is a weird situation I've run into. We have a test server off site (or off site from where I work). To access the server, I need to VPN into its network. I ran screen to execute a long running ...
I'm trying to write a bash script which would relaunch my NodeJS server. This is how I'm launching the screen with the server: screen -S web-server -d -m node web-server.js which end up in this ...
I'm seeing some strange screen behavior on OSX. When I quit screen, child processes are not killed. $ screen $ tail -f (or some long running process inside screen) Then, I kill the current screen ...
I have a long-running process that was started in bash terminal on Debian. Unfortunately it wasn't started inside screen. Is there a way to disconnect this process from current console and connect to ...
Sometimes I forget to run a program under a screen session and can't stop it in the middle, and I know it's going to take long. Is there a way to screen an already running process without restarting ...