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d Detach the current screen session\\ c Create a new screen session. This new session will give you a brand new command line. You can have up to 10 screen session at a time.\\ [SPACE] Toggle between screen sessions.\\ k Kill the current screen session (but leave the rest running)\\ ? Get a list of all possible screen commands.

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d Detach the current screen session

c Create a new screen session. This new session will give you a brand new command line. You can have up to 10 screen session at a time.

[SPACE] Toggle between screen sessions.

k Kill the current screen session (but leave the rest running)

? Get a list of all possible screen commands.

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d Detach the current screen session c Create a new screen session. This new session will give you a brand new command line. You can have up to 10 screen session at a time. [SPACE] Toggle between screen sessions. k Kill the current screen session (but leave the rest running) ? Get a list of all possible screen commands.

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d Detach the current screen session\\ c Create a new screen session. This new session will give you a brand new command line. You can have up to 10 screen session at a time.\\ [SPACE] Toggle between screen sessions.\\ k Kill the current screen session (but leave the rest running)\\ ? Get a list of all possible screen commands.

September 01, 2005, at 06:15 AM by Conrad --
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install screen

ipkg install screen

Screen Command Summary Below is a list of commands that you can issue from within screen. Press CTRL-a and then the corresponding command key to get the effect.

d Detach the current screen session c Create a new screen session. This new session will give you a brand new command line. You can have up to 10 screen session at a time. [SPACE] Toggle between screen sessions. k Kill the current screen session (but leave the rest running) ? Get a list of all possible screen commands.

EG: screen -dmS wget wget http://cdimage.debian.org/pub/cdimage-testing/daily/i386/20050828/debian-testing-i386-netinst.iso

and recover with

screen -r

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