How can I have multiple terminal sessions through one single SSH connection?
Just like windows terminal for windows.
mstsc for linux like, this is an ssh that could run in background
GNU Screen is the answer you've been looking for - but it's a lot like Vi. You've got a lot of learning of commands to setup a successful Screen environment. Here's some stuff to get you started. First of all you'll want this
Once you're in a Screen (and you've employed my sample
Which is the servers load and a list of all open "terminal tabs". Currently only one window. Type something then Press this Key Combination:
If you want to exit screen but keep it running use
Lastly to list all windows open you can type
There are a whole slew of options available for Screen you should pour over the man file for more. There are some drawbacks. You can't use your scroll bar in Screen you have to use buffer controls to roll back, however the above is enough to get you started to see if this is a viable option. A great thing about this and something I've dealt with a lot as a System Administrator - network connectivity. If your network drops out your operations won't be lost! Since screen is running on the server. You simply need to log back in via SSH then
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