How to Use the Screen Command in Linux

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What is Screen?

Screen is a terminal program in Linux which allows us to use a virtual (VT100 terminal) as full-screen window manager which multiplexes an open physical terminal between multiple processes, which are typically, interactive shells. It allows us to access multiple terminal sessions within a single terminal or a remote terminal session. It is most useful when addressing multiple Linux shell commands on the command line, as well as separating commands from the shell that started the commands.

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Working With Ubuntu Workspaces

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How to Create, Enable, Switch and Configure Workspaces

If you’re looking to learn how to use workspaces in Ubuntu 18.04 and above, this is the guide for you. We’re confident that you’ll start feeling like a real workspace ninja before you even finish reading it.

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How To: Upgrade Apache and PHP using cPanel’s Easyapache

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Please note that this article is considered legacy documentation because EasyApache 3 has reached its end-of-life support.

If you run a cPanel server, and need to upgrade your Apache or PHP version, cPanel provides the Easyapache tool to make these updates a breeze. While it can be run from WHM, it is generally preferred to run it from the command line.

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How to use Screen

Reading Time: 2 minutesScreen is a terminal program that allows a user to access multiple separate terminal sessions inside a single terminal window or remote terminal session. It is useful for dealing with multiple programs from the command line, and for separating programs from the shell that started the program.

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