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Re: Empty screen with split (C-a S)

From: Brian Mathis
Subject: Re: Empty screen with split (C-a S)
Date: Sun, 20 Aug 2006 15:10:38 -0400
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To get to the newly split screen, use Ctrl-A TAB.  Then, you can select which screen you want to display in there using any of the normal screen window control commands.  If you want a new screen, you'll need to make one using Ctrl-A C as usual for a new screen.

address@hidden wrote:

When I create a split screen with 'C-a S', the terminal splits fine, but there is nothing in the new window, no prompt, nothing.  C-a a shows one (original) screen.

I'm using Suse 10 Linux on a BenQ r55 with KDE.  The terminal I'm using is a kde konsole.  I always used to use splitvt, (seemlessly), but unfortunately am unable to get that to work, so I've turned to screen, but this too is proving troublesome.  Any helpful advice would be appreciated here - TIA.

Richard Foley
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