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Screen Command Examples To Manage Multiple Terminal Sessions

Screen Command Examples To Manage Multiple Terminal Sessions

GNU Screen is a terminal multiplexer (window manager). As the name says, Screen multiplexes the physical terminal between multiple interactive shells, so we can perform different tasks in each terminal session. All screen sessions run...

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Different Ways To List Directory Contents Without Using ls Command

The “ls” command is the most commonly used command to list files and directories in a directory in Unix-like systems. However, there are other ways to list directory contents without using ls command. As you...