screen is a terminal multiplexor or a virtual terminal manager: it provides for multiple terminal screens from wherever you are - and allows you to put your terminals into the background in order to... More > pick up later, right where you left off.
This is a comprehensive introduction covering virtually everything in the GNU Screen Manual, as well as explaining things clearly and completely.< Less
screen is a virtual terminal manager, which provides the UNIX and Linux console user with the ability to have multiple windows no matter where he or she might be. screen also allows detached... More > operations, where a terminal session can be put in the background and picked up later from another location.
This book is an updated copy of the Screen User's Guide as included with GNU Screen 4.0.3 in current development.< Less
This book covers UNIX and Linux server system administration topics not extensively covered elsewhere. Included are discussions on PXE, Diskless Workstations, Automatic Installations, Serial... More > Consoles, Bridges (and firewalling bridges), RPM and APT-RPM, cfengine, the Simple Event Correlator (SEC), and the Performance CoPilot (PCP). Also included are talks on commands such as iperf, arping, atop, and others.< Less
About David Douthitt
David is a System Administrator with 15 years of experience with UNIX, Linux, and OpenVMS.