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Re: Starting screen non-interactively at system startup

From: John Davidorff Pell
Subject: Re: Starting screen non-interactively at system startup
Date: Sat, 18 Sep 2004 21:43:38 -0700

Thanks, this actually works (partially).

I can do C-A s, and it gets the C-S. But I cannot do C-A C-S, which (to me) means that screen is not getting(?) the C-S, or is itself confused about what C-S means? I would guess that this means that screen has not intentionally disabled C-S, but there is a bug somewhere...

and I'm guessing that this isn't caused by the different TERMCAP, but I would guess it has the same cause...


On 18 Sep 2004, at 12:52, zeroguy wrote:

On Sat, 18 Sep 2004 11:17:40 -0700
John Davidorff Pell <address@hidden> wrote:

This is making no sense to me, and it is disabling ^s in emacs. Does
anyone have any ideas?

I don't know about the rest of this, but as for the ^s issue, try C-a s.
From the screen manpage:

       C-a s
C-a C-s (xoff) Send a control-s to the current window.

So perhaps screen disables normal C-s's. Maybe that will help.


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