I want to use local scrollback on my terminal, whilst using gnu screen. That's because my network connection is incredibly slow, so using screen's scrollback is very slow. Local scrollback is much ...
I'm using a remote server over a very slow and unreliable network connection. So, I want to use gnu screen in order not to lose what I'm doing whenever I get disconnected. But I want a local ...
I am running a process that is uploading a large file to Amazon S3 in a Linux screen (byobu). The programs outputs progress of the upload as it runs (s3cmd). Since the process is running remotely, and ...
When I use putty, login and type "screen", it works. When I use a DIFFERENT computer--a linux based system. I SSH into it through my local machine. Then, I type "screen" , and it displays this ...
How do you use the "screen" command effectively? Is it: Type "screen" Type in command Lose connection Check back on lost session How do I carry out step 4?