A screen manager with VT100/ANSI terminal emulation.
screen is a terminal multiplexor that runs several separate "screens"
on a single physical character-based terminal. Each virtual terminal
emulates a DEC VT100 plus several ANSI X3.64 and ISO 2022 functions.
Arbitrary keyboard input translation is also available. Sessions can
be detached and resumed later on a different terminal.
[If you just got the screen package, it pays to read the file INSTALL]
[This intro only describes the most common features to get you started]
Short introduction to screen (Version 3.6.0) lvirden 8-8-93
[note that this intro only describes the most common screen features]
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Debian 1.3 uses ncurses/terminfo, not curses/termcap, so you really
shouldn't need the screencap file in this directory.
The screeninfo.src file is installed by the `ncurses-term' package
-- it's here for reference, and to recover from stupid errors (like?).
This directory contains various file for termcap/terminfo installation
screencap Termcap entry for screen. Add to /etc/termcap.
screeninfo.src Terminfo entry. Use 'tic screeninfo.src'
to install (Sun: /usr/5bin/tic).
checktc.c Termcap/info test program. Checks margin
handling and other things.
8bits Some chars from the ISO 8859-1 charset.
test.txt Test file for alter
What's new in screen-3.7 ?
screen - screen
screen (3.7.4-9) frozen unstable; urgency=medium
* Recompile against libncurses4
This is a quick overview of screen's life story. But it is not up
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