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Update from my personal hell

On Thu, 13 Nov 2003, Brian J. Conway wrote:

> On Thu, 13 Nov 2003, Jerry Feldman wrote:
> > > Because I tend to open a lot of terminals, so Konsole's tabbed
> > > interface having many terminals open in one application with easy
> > > switching works for me, I haven't seen another program that does that.
> > Yes, that is also an excellent feature of Konsole, but with the KDE task
> > bar, you can do a similar thing. 
> Screen, baby. ;-)  All the advantages of tabs, but you can reconnect to a 
> terminal from anywhere you have remote access.

Does screen have a scroll buffer?  I usually find that when I'm using 
screen, I can't get back to data that already scrolled off my screen.  
Shift-pageup doesn't seem to do the right thing.

Is there another command I should be using?  If not, then screen really 
doesn't cut it for me (might be fine for others though).

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