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Screen Scrollback Buffer

August 24th, 2009 · No Comments

The following link is a nice article explaining how to use the screen scrollback buffer:


$HOME/.screenrc set: defscrollback 5000

Finally, if you want to change the number of lines of scrollback for a single window, using the “scrollback” command. Hit C-a (Ctrl-A) : to go to the Screen command line and type scrollback num, where num is the number of scrollback lines.

And entering…

To enter scrollback hit C-a [. A status line will indicate that you’ve entered copy mode. To exit scrollback mode, hit the escape button.

Very useful article.

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