On Tue, Aug 21, 2012 at 01:19:24PM +0200, Borja Soutullo wrote:Indeed, hardcopy is not suitable
> It seems that hardcopy only provides you with some information if you have
> ever accessed the terminal screen.
> I mean, I always a screen in detached mode, and if I try to hardcopy it, it
> will always be empty. As soon as I access the screen, it will not be empty
> any more...
> therefore it is not valid.
You mean like running "screen /usr/bin/whatever", and then get the
> I am just looking for a way to execute a command inside a detached screen,
> and being able to get the response. I think log is good for this, but then
> I have to wait at least one second till it is flushed... (not so optimum)
output ? In this case, you might as well use a redirect, like "screen
/usr/bin/whatever > filename.log". If you really need a screen way to do it,
I don't know how you could do
> Any solution to the log flush order?
> Any solution to get a response from a command in a detached screen?