Re: removing a post from group??
Richard Corfield wrote:
The advantage of Screen is that it can detach. I can attach to a
session I started at home or vice-versa. Also if the connection goes
down the session survives. I don't use keep-alive in ssh so if I leave
the connection unattended it will time out which is safer for me. When I
connect again I just reattach to the Screen session.
I have never experienced the standard behaviour as a disadvantage. Mutt
I don't keep running anyway. slrn I do keep running. Nothing a `killall
slrn` can't solve.
The way I do it is that I make a connection, read mail, close mail, read
Usenet (sometimes) close that, do whatever else I need to do, close
that, close putty.
It also means only one copy of Putty on my desktop and no need to mouse
whatever I'm doing on my system.
Now I am not saying that using screen is a bad thing. It is just not
something I would need to use.
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How do you ask a man to be the last man to die for a mistake?
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