Subject: Re: Off-Topic: Terminal Server
To: NetBSD-current Discussion List <email@example.com>
From: Alan Barrett <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/17/2000 10:30:28
On Tue, 17 Oct 2000, Dr. Rene Hexel wrote:
> > Yup. C-a H interactively or "log on" in ~/.screen
> Hum, the latter doesn't seem to be working (at least if screen is
> started in detached mode). The only way for me to start logging is
> attaching the screen session(s) and typing ^A H (or ":log on") manually.
screen's "log on" command applies to the current screen. To use it in
your .screenrc file, you need to put it *after* a "screen" command
that creates the screen.
> Is there some way to automatically start (detached) screen sessions
> upon startup that immediately start logging and can later be attached
In your .screenrc:
screen -t "title for screen 1" 1 /command/for/screen/1
log on # for screen 1
screen -t "title for screen 2" 2 /command/for/screen/2
log on # for screen 2
screen -t "title for screen 3" 3 /dev/tty03 # attach to serial port
log on # for screen 3
In your startup script:
screen -c /path/to/your/.screenrc -m -d "name"
When you want to attach to it later:
screen -x -R "name"
--apb (Alan Barrett)