jirka at penguin.cz
Fri Apr 9 12:18:55 EDT 2010
You can also edit the /etc/inittab and add some more virtual consoles.
On Fri, 9 Apr 2010 15:25:13 +0200 (CEST), Sander Ruitenbeek
<sander at grids.be> wrote:
> On Fri, 9 Apr 2010, Fernando Carello wrote:
>>> You can use 'screen' with keybindings in the .screenrc file.
>>> For example in your ~/.screenrc:
>>> # Use the function keys F7 and F8
>>> # to cycle backwards/forwards in
>>> # the list of existing windows:
>>> bindkey -k k7 prev
>>> bindkey -k k8 next
>> Thank you Sander,
>> it doesn't work (pressing whatever Fn key just echoes the corresponding
>> escape sequence on screen), but at least it's something to consider.
> What I posted were some advanced settings for screen. Maybe you need to
> dive into what's possible with 'screen'.
> Here's a tutorial to get you started:
> Also look in the man pages of screen for more information, for example:
> Kind regards,
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