The world is filled with stupid routers, which kill all connections that have no activity for a while (even a very short while). I keep loosing my SSH sessions because of this. To fix it, I added a clock in my GNU screen bar:
By halfgaar, 4 years ago, on October 31, 2012, at 11:10 |
To get the console of your Linux guests on a Xen machine, type "xm console
By halfgaar, 7 years ago, on January 31, 2010, at 20:01 |
On every machine that I install, I need a custom environment. At the very basic, I need screen and bash customizations. I will attempt to keep this blog post up-to-date with my most recent config.
By halfgaar, 7 years ago, on January 04, 2010, at 11:01 |
GNU Screen is great. So great that I find myself always using it. (Pressing the Window key and T launches an XTerm with a new Screen ready on my system, while I have to add Shift if I don't want the screen.) This means that when I login into a some other machine through SSH—an occasion for which Screen is particularly useful—I will often end up with nested screens. So which Screen will receive my Ctrl+a presses?
By Rowan Rodrik, 8 years ago, on January 11, 2009, at 21:01 |
XTerm is my favorite terminal emulator and I love GNU Screen. So, imagine my joy when I found out that Screen can persistently show window captions ([Ctrl+A]: caption always).
By Rowan Rodrik, 8 years ago, on December 04, 2008, at 22:12 |
I like pair programming. So much, in fact, that I want to do it even if I can't look over the other person's shoulder due to some geographical offset. Since I'm a real command-line freak, I can get what I want easily by using GNU Screen.
By Rowan Rodrik, 9 years ago, on July 23, 2008, at 18:07 |