screen w konsoli
Include all capabilities in each window's termcap.
Adapt all windows to the size of the current terminal. Default is to try to use the previous window size.
Use file as the configuration file instead of the default $HOME/.screenrc.
Detach session running elsewhere. With -r, reattach to this terminal. With -R, reattach to this terminal or create it if it doesn't already exist. With -RR, use the first session when reattaching if more than one session is available.
Detach session running elsewhere, logging out before detaching. With -r, reattach to this terminal. With -R, reattach to this terminal or create it if it doesn't already exist. With -RR, do whatever is necessary to create a new session.
Change command characters. Specify x as the command character (default Ctrl-a) and y as the character that generates a literal command character (default a). Specify in caret notation (e.g., -e ^Pp to set Ctrl-p as the command character, which is useful for emacs-mode shell ).
Turn flow control on, off, or to automatic-switching mode.
Specify the size of the history scrollback buffer.
Cause the interrupt key (usually Ctrl-c) to interrupt the display immediately when flow control is on. Use of this option is discouraged.
Turn login mode on or off for /etc/utmp updating.
Print list of pid.tty.host strings identifying screen sessions.
Tell screen that automargin terminal has a writable last position.
Ignore the $STY environment variable and create a new session. With -d, start session in detached mode; useful for scripts. With -D, start session in detached mode but don't fork a new process; the command exits if the session terminates.
Use optimal output mode for terminal rather than true VT100 emulation.
Preselect the specified window if it exists.
Suppress error message printing on startup. Exit with nonzero return code if unsuccessful.
Resume detached session. No other options except -d or -D can be specified. With sessionowner, resume another user's detached session; requires setuid root.
Attempt to resume the first session found, or start a new session with the specified options. Set by default if screen is run as a login shell.
Set the default shell, overriding the $SHELL environment variable.
Specify a name for the session being started.
Set the window's title.
Set $TERM to term instead of "screen".
Run in UTF-8 mode and set the default for new windows to UTF-8.ctrl.
Print version information and exit.
Like -ls, but remove destroyed sessions instead of marking them dead. If a match is specified, it should be in the same form as the argument to the -r option.
Attach to a session that is not detached. Requires multi-display mode.
Run specified command in specified session. Requires multi-display mode, and session must not be password-protected.
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