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Re: Any difference between `screen -r` vs `screen -x` when attaching to
Re: Any difference between `screen -r` vs `screen -x` when attaching to an already attached session?
Tue, 5 Jul 2016 01:23:55 +0300
On Mon, 4 Jul 2016 18:15:50 -0400 Dun Peal wrote:
> Looking for a command that would attach to a screen session "foo", wether
> it is detached or not. It seems like `screen -x foo` would do it - it
> attaches to "foo" in both cases.
> But is it really the same? Or is there any difference between `screen -x
> foo` and `screen -r foo` when "foo" is detached?
> Specifically, is there a reason to choose one over the other when "foo" is
-x option is needed for multiple display mode, when several users
work the same screen (very useful when one needs to educate
someone :)), so -x doesn't detach session if it is attached.
-r is usually used in single user mode if session is already
detached. It can't attach to already attached session.
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