Just wanted to share some linux 101 basics. Ever been in a linux/putty session and you Split Linux/Putty into 2 screens so you can to 2 tasks at a time?
As an example, in 1 screen you want to run some backups which are going to take a while, while in the other screen you want to do some actual work.
Type screen to start the screen program
Hit Ctrl-a then let go of those keys and hit upper case S to split the screen into 2
Hit Ctrl-a then let go of those keys and hit Tab to move your cursor to the 2nd screen
Hit Ctrl-a then let go of those keys and hit lowercase c to start a 2nd screen in that bottom window
Now you're free to Ctrl-a Tab back and forth between the 2 screens while doing 2 different tasks.
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