On Fri, 06 Feb 2004, Dave Airlie wrote:
> 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
> the difference?
>> as Rick said, if you ran the screen locally, the ssh connect dying would
> lose the processes on the other end...
Oh sorry, I do get it. Admittedly, running screen within screen (as
opposed to screen within konsole/mgt/powershell) might be a bit confusing.
It can be done (you need a diff command char for each) but perhaps it's
easier on the senses to have two markedly different multiplexers than two
Up to now I'd generally have opened a new shell without screen, ssh into
the host and restart screen on it. With a lot of hosts that would
definitely get messy.
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