|Subject:||Re: Scrollback and other commands don't work|
|Date:||Mon, 21 Apr 2014 20:38:21 -0400|
On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 02:59:06PM -0400, Alex wrote:The way you have worded this makes me wonder whether what you are
> I does recognize some of my ~/.screenrc settings, including my keybindings.
> Could it have something to do with my version of gnome-terminal? Scrollback
> works in the terminal alone, when screen isn't running...
referring to as "scrollback" is the terminal's scrollback rather than
I'd consider a terminal's scrollback to be the lines of terminal output
that can be viewed by scrolling up using the GUI scrollbar or mouse's
Screen's scrollback is the lines of terminal history kept in screen's
history buffer for a given screen window. This can be viewed by
issuing C-A C-[ then navigating with vi-like commands such as C-B and
Which of these types of scrollback are you not able to see?
If it is the terminal's scrollback, you may need to tell screen not to
use the parent terminal's "alternate screen". If so, put this in your
termcapinfo * ti@:te@
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