Screen command in linux

Screen command offers the ability to detach a long running process (or program, or shell-script) from a session and then attach it back at a later time.

When the session is detached, the process that was originally started from the screen is still running and managed by the screen. You can then re-attach the session at a later time, and your terminals are still there, the way you left them.

In this article, let us review the how to manage the virtual terminal sessions using screen command with examples.

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