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Re: Run a command on startup on a specific window, don't close window on
Re: Run a command on startup on a specific window, don't close window on programm exit
Mon, 15 Nov 2010 00:30:12 +0100
I don't understand the "stuff" thing in the command....
If I let it, I get a command not found, and If I remove it, and just put "/path/to/command\015"
I get the same command not found...
Thanks for helping !
On Sun, Nov 14, 2010 at 18:06, Chris <address@hidden>
screen -t NS0
Add the "\015" which is the octal code for a Carriage Return.
On Fri, Nov 12, 2010 at 6:43 PM, Thomas Manson <address@hidden>
I'm configuring screen to open several windows, and automatically connect to some servers (key authentication).
I've edited the screen configuration file to this :
screen -t NS0 1 /home/thomas/scripts/connectToServer/ns0
screen -t NS1 2 /home/thomas/scripts/connectToServer/ns1
screen -t SD1 3 /home/thomas/scripts/connectToServer/sd1
screen -t SD2 4 /home/thomas/scripts/connectToServer/sd2
screen -t DELL 5 /home/thomas/scripts/connectToServer/dell
screen -t DEV 6 /home/thomas/scripts/connectToServer/dev
screen -t CRF 7 /home/thomas/scripts/connectToServer/crf
screen -t box 8 /home/thomas/scripts/connectToServer/box
screen -t apps 9 /home/thomas/scripts/connectToServer/apps
screen -t HOME 0 shell
But if a connection happend to close, the associated window close as well.
How can I prevent this behaviour (ie windows remains open and I can see " connection lost with server...")
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Re: Run a command on startup on a specific window, don't close window on programm exit, Kazuhiro YOSHIKAWA, 2010/11/14