Gavin McCullagh wrote:
> Maybe it's just me but I can't really see a good reason to use the Konsole
> _and_ gnu screen, but that's up to you.
For me they serve different purposes. konsole is for all shells on my
desktop machine with very fast session switching via shift left/right.
screen is better for remote machines (running in one of those konsole
sessions) - cumbersome switching, but more flexible.
> limited)? Using multiple shells in emacs within multiple shells in gnu
> screen seems a little unnecessary on the face of it too.
I was being a bit facetious with that one, although it's handy if you
start emacs without picking up a screen and just need to run a command
or two. I suppose you could alternatively background emacs and do it
from there. Choices, choices.
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