> > In a word: networks.
you missed the wordL I'll repeat it: networks :-)
> I'm not a very regular Konsole user but it seems to me that the Konsole's
> main power function (multiple terminals) is already there is you use
> screen. Everything else is acheivable in an xterm. Admittedly it has nice
> menus so it's easier to configure. I guess it's the default KDE terminal
> so perhaps that's the reason. A multiplexer in a multiplexer strikes me a
> just plain confusing though.
I have a gnome-terminal and I have multiple terminals multi-plexed in it
and these are ssh sessions to remote boxes where I run screen, now you see
as Rick said, if you ran the screen locally, the ssh connect dying would
lose the processes on the other end...
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