Run Terminals INSIDE Terminals with the screen Command on Linux
In this video@TechHut covers the basics of the screen command. The screen command is a tool that lets you launch and use multiple shell instances from a single SSH connection. The screen command is useful for commands that take a long time to run, allowing you to continue those commands in the background while you interact with your server.
0:19 What is the screen command?
1:00 Installing screen
1:40 Using screen
2:14 Keyboard shortcuts with screen
2:35 Detach the screen
2:53 Re-attach the screen
3:10 List screens
4:10 Remove a specific screen
5:00 screen man-pages
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