GNU Screen is a command line utility which allows the user to create multiple shell sessions on one connection. These sessions are decoupled from the primary connection and so maintain state for the user, even if the connection is dropped.

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Autostart multiple screen sessions in Ubuntu Server

I recently set up a Newznab server on Ubuntu Server 12.04 (nothing illegal, just TV shows as I prefer to use XBMC instead of Tivo) and I'm having some trouble at the very final step. I can run my ...
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Pasting in vim via screen

I noticed that I have to be in insert mode in order to paste in vim using screen's shortcut C-a ] or C-a C-] otherwise I get garbled up (not necessarily garbage) output. I do not think this behavior ...