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screen

terminal multiplexer with VT100/ANSI terminal emulation
http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/screen
Score:
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17 reviews
Description:

GNU Screen is a terminal multiplexer 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. Screen sessions can be detached and resumed later on a different terminal.

Screen also supports a whole slew of other features, including configurable input and output translation, serial port support, configurable logging, and multi-user support.

User reviews:
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lib2know
3 years ago
5 very important is the persistent sessions feature especially while journeys through regions with weak connections. For splitting screens on the terminal tmux might be better.

skuttis4u
3 years ago
5 cannot live without it when having multiple SSH sessions to resume my work with

blaztek
4 years ago
5 Love using it for my Minecraft and Minecraft PE servers!

Maspo10
4 years ago
5 :DDD

wfong
5 years ago
4 Essential to every Linux system

dnixx
6 years ago
5 Anyone who uses the terminal should check out screen.

silverdirk
7 years ago
5 I can't use a system without this tool. Replace laggy alt-tab window manager operations with lightning-fast ^A sequences. Also great for getting multiple remote terminals over a single ssh connection.

daeme
7 years ago
5 a must-to-have for every shell power user!

chassum
7 years ago
5 Essential tool for anyone who needs a remote command line. Don't leave home without it.

RavS
7 years ago
4 Useful!

grim
8 years ago
5 One of my fav apps of all time! Incredibly useful!

lonewolf367
8 years ago
5 A *nix necessity!

stimuli
8 years ago
5 If you learn to use it, you will quickly realize how incredibly handy and powerful screen is.

hybrid
8 years ago
5 Nagyon hasznos!

Tar-Minyatur
8 years ago
4 I can't count anymore how often screen saved my work when my ssh session suddenly died. In some cases it lacks usability though.

jkw
9 years ago
5 As distrohopper said. But in addition to that, I'd like to add the possibility to run programs in the background on a server which you have shell access on. Maybe working on compiling something, chatting over irssi, compressing some file to your webhotel with ssh access too and much much more.

distrohopper
9 years ago
5 Great for reducing desktop clutter! I don't need 10 terminal windows open at once, only 1 (or 2)