shawn at synack-hosting.com
Fri Nov 5 23:42:30 CST 2004
You can switch to each of the screen sessions with screen -r -d then
the first number, so for the first one it would be...
screen -r -d 24910
Once you are in the screen, you can just type exit at the prompt or
Crtl-C whatever application is running.
On 5-Nov-04, at 7:32 PM, Mel Seder wrote:
> I was mucking around to see how wget and screen works. I think I made
> a mess
> How do I get rid of the following three sockets?
> [mel at p4 mel]$ screen -ls
> There are screens on:
> 24910.pts-1.p4 (Detached)
> 26546.pts-3.p4 (Detached)
> 26630.pts-1.p4 (Attached)
> 3 Sockets in /tmp/uscreens/S-mel.
> [mel at p4 mel]$
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