Subject: Re: screen(1) vs. window(1)
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List: tech-userlevel
Date: 06/02/2001 14:57:27
On  1 Jun, Greg A. Woods wrote:

> [[ note: re-directing to tech-userlevel ]]
I am not on that list, so please cc to me. 

> One super-major disadvantage of 'window' is that it can't detach and
> reattach sessions (and most importantly do it automatically on SIGHUP
> from the main tty) like 'screen' can.
OK. My only use for window is to have "vitual" consoles on the VTx20
terminals, that are connected to the console SLU of my VAXen. VAXen
have a switch to disable break, so I can disable HUP in hardware. :-)

[bash(1) vs. ksh(1)]
> Heck even /bin/sh on NetBSD is almost as usable!  ;-)
Yes. But the TAB key does not work. ;-)