jwatson at slashopt.net
Mon Jun 4 17:36:26 PDT 2007
On 6/4/07, Simon 'corecode' Schubert <corecode at fs.ei.tum.de> wrote:
how about this: use screen as your login shell
That works until you accidently ssh in and are having to hit ctrl-a,
a, a, d in order to log out -- and the number of ctrl-a and a keys
just gets longer and longer the more boxes you move through.
I have found putting "screen -ls" in some interactive part of your
shell start up does a pretty good job of reminding me to start screen
and letting me know which screens are already running. It is also a
good idea to name your screen sessions if you are going to do that.
If it is just one, long-running, non-interactive command you want to
run, using nohup might be good enough for most situations.
More information about the Users