Someone called Stephen Shirley said on Fri, Nov 10, 2000 at 11:29:22AM +0000:
> On Thu, 9 Nov 2000, Dave O Connor wrote:
>> > CTRL-A c to open a new session
> > CTRL-A <number> to switch between screens by number
> > CTRL-A DD to detach and logout
> > Then when you login later, from somewhere else, type
> > screen -x
> > And get all your screens back. Wheee!
> > - DoC
> Yeah screen rocks. I've just one problem with it tho. If I am in a screen,
> I can't recieve mesagges (talk requests etc), and mesg y doesn't affect
> it. I think it's because screen automatically disables it for the parent
> pty, and mesg only works on the current pty. Anyway - anyone know a
>use screen-suid instead. It allocates a TTY for each screen, so you can have a
seperate message stsatus for each screen.
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