I'm in a Linux terminal and created multiple screens.
When I try
screen -list, I get the following:
prem@ubuntu:~$ screen -list There are screens on: 5110.work1 (11/15/2013 02:01:53 PM) (Detached) 4807.work1 (11/15/2013 01:54:11 PM) (Attached) 4621.work2 (11/15/2013 01:51:03 PM) (Attached) 2611.work1 (11/15/2013 11:31:56 AM) (Attached) 4 Sockets in /var/run/screen/S-prem.
But when I want to navigate to screen work1, I get the following:
prem@ubuntu:~$ screen -r work1 There are screens on: 5110.work1 (11/15/2013 02:01:52 PM) (Attached) 4807.work1 (11/15/2013 01:54:10 PM) (Attached) 2611.work1 (11/15/2013 11:31:55 AM) (Attached) There is no screen to be resumed matching work1.
What does the -r command do here? Did it really navigate or how do I go to 5110.work1 screen and confirm its that screen?