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# Copyright 1999-2005 Gentoo Foundation
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
#
# /etc/screenrc
#
# This is the system wide screenrc.
#
# You can use this file to change the default behavior of screen system wide
# or copy it to ~/.screenrc and use it as a starting point for your own
# settings.
#
# Commands in this file are used to set options, bind screen functions to
# keys, redefine terminal capabilities, and to automatically establish one or
# more windows at the beginning of your screen session.
#
# This is not a comprehensive list of options, look at the screen manual for
# details on everything that you can put in this file. Others examples:
# http://www.math.fu-berlin.de/~guckes/screen/config.php3
#
#
 
# ==============================================================================
# SCREEN SETTINGS
# ==============================================================================
 
# ESCAPE - the COMMAND CHARACTER
# ===============================================================
# escape ^aa # default
# escape ^pp # suggested binding for emacs users
 
 
# PASSWORD
# ===============================================================
# This commands sets the *internal* password for the screen session.
# WARNING!! If this is set then a "lock" command will only let you in to the
# session after you enter the user's account password and then *also*
# the internal password for that session. This gives additional safety but,
# if you forget the internal password then you cannot resume your session.
# Use :password to generate a password
# password ODSJQf.4IJN7E # "1234"
 
 
# VARIABLES
# ===============================================================
# No annoying audible bell, using "visual bell"
# vbell on # default: off
# vbell_msg " -- Bell,Bell!! -- " # default: "Wuff,Wuff!!"
 
# Automatically detach on hangup.
autodetach on # default: on
 
# Don't display the copyright page
startup_message off # default: on
 
# Uses nethack-style messages
# nethack on # default: off
 
# Affects the copying of text regions
crlf off # default: off
 
# Enable/disable multiuser mode. Standard screen operation is singleuser.
# In multiuser mode the commands acladd, aclchg, aclgrp and acldel can be used
# to enable (and disable) other user accessing this screen session.
# Requires suid-root.
multiuser off
 
# Change default scrollback value for new windows
defscrollback 1000 # default: 100
 
# Define the time that all windows monitored for silence should
# wait before displaying a message. Default 30 seconds.
silencewait 15 # default: 30
 
# bufferfile: The file to use for commands
# "readbuf" ('<') and "writebuf" ('>'):
bufferfile $HOME/.screen_exchange
#
# hardcopydir: The directory which contains all hardcopies.
# hardcopydir ~/.hardcopy
# hardcopydir ~/.screen
#
# shell: Default process started in screen's windows.
# Makes it possible to use a different shell inside screen
# than is set as the default login shell.
# If begins with a '-' character, the shell will be started as a login shell.
# shell zsh
shell -bash
# shell ksh
# shell -$SHELL
 
# shellaka '> |tcsh'
# shelltitle '$ |bash'
 
# emulate .logout message
pow_detach_msg "Screen session of \$LOGNAME \$:cr:\$:nl:ended."
 
caption always " %w --- %c:%s"
# caption always "%3n %t%? @%u%?%? [%h]%?%=%c"
 
# advertise hardstatus support to $TERMCAP
# termcapinfo * '' 'hs:ts=\E_:fs=\E\\:ds=\E_\E\\'
 
# set every new windows hardstatus line to somenthing descriptive
defhstatus "screen: ^En (^Et)"
 
# don't kill window after the process died
# zombie "^["
 
 
# xterm-color TWEAKS
# ===============================================================
 
# xterm-color understands both im/ic and doesn't have a status line.
# Note: Do not specify im and ic in the real termcap/info file as
# some programs (e.g. vi) will not work anymore.
termcap xterm-color hs@:cs=\E[%i%d;%dr:im=\E[4h:ei=\E[4l
terminfo xterm-color hs@:cs=\E[%i%p1%d;%p2%dr:im=\E[4h:ei=\E[4l
 
# 80/132 column switching must be enabled for ^AW to work
# change init sequence to not switch width
termcapinfo xterm-color Z0=\E[?3h:Z1=\E[?3l:is=\E[r\E[m\E[2J\E[H\E[?7h\E[?1;4;6l
 
# Make the output buffer large for (fast) xterms.
# termcapinfo xterm* OL=10000
termcapinfo xterm* OL=100
 
# tell screen that xterm-color can switch to dark background and has function
# keys.
termcapinfo xterm-color 'VR=\E[?5h:VN=\E[?5l'
termcapinfo xterm-color 'k1=\E[11~:k2=\E[12~:k3=\E[13~:k4=\E[14~'
termcapinfo xterm-color 'kh=\EOH:kI=\E[2~:kD=\E[3~:kH=\EOF:kP=\E[5~:kN=\E[6~'
 
# special xterm-color hardstatus: use the window title.
termcapinfo xterm-color 'hs:ts=\E]2;:fs=\007:ds=\E]2;screen\007'
 
#terminfo xterm-color 'vb=\E[?5h$<200/>\E[?5l'
termcapinfo xterm-color 'vi=\E[?25l:ve=\E[34h\E[?25h:vs=\E[34l'
 
# emulate part of the 'K' charset
termcapinfo xterm-color 'XC=K%,%\E(B,[\304,\\\\\326,]\334,{\344,|\366,}\374,~\337'
 
# xterm-52 tweaks:
# - uses background color for delete operations
termcapinfo xterm* be
 
# Do not use xterm's alternative window buffer, it breaks scrollback (see bug #61195)
termcapinfo xterm|xterm-color|xterms|xs ti@:te=\E[2J
 
# WYSE TERMINALS
# ===============================================================
 
#wyse-75-42 must have flow control (xo = "terminal uses xon/xoff")
#essential to have it here, as this is a slow terminal.
termcapinfo wy75-42 xo:hs@
 
# New termcap sequences for cursor application mode.
termcapinfo wy* CS=\E[?1h:CE=\E[?1l:vi=\E[?25l:ve=\E[?25h:VR=\E[?5h:VN=\E[?5l:cb=\E[1K:CD=\E[1J
 
 
# OTHER TERMINALS
# ===============================================================
 
# make hp700 termcap/info better
termcapinfo hp700 'Z0=\E[?3h:Z1=\E[?3l:hs:ts=\E[62"p\E[0$~\E[2$~\E[1$}:fs=\E[0}\E[61"p:ds=\E[62"p\E[1$~\E[61"p:ic@'
 
# Extend the vt100 desciption by some sequences.
termcap vt100* ms:AL=\E[%dL:DL=\E[%dM:UP=\E[%dA:DO=\E[%dB:LE=\E[%dD:RI=\E[%dC
terminfo vt100* ms:AL=\E[%p1%dL:DL=\E[%p1%dM:UP=\E[%p1%dA:DO=\E[%p1%dB:LE=\E[%p1%dD:RI=\E[%p1%dC
termcapinfo linux C8
# old rxvt versions also need this
# termcapinfo rxvt C8
 
 
# KEYBINDINGS
# ==============================================================
# The "bind" command assign keys to (internal) commands
# SCREEN checks all the keys you type; you type the key
# which is known as the "command character" then SCREEN
# eats this key, too, and checks whether this key is
# "bound" to a command. If so then SCREEN will execute it.
#
# The command "bind" allows you to chose which keys
# will be assigned to the commands.
#
# Some commands are bound to several keys -
# usually to both some letter and its corresponding
# control key combination, eg the command
# "(create) screen" is bound to both 'c' and '^C'.
#
# The following list shows the default bindings:
#
# break ^B b
# clear C
# colon :
# copy ^[ [
# detach ^D d
# digraph ^V
# displays *
# dumptermcap .
# fit F
# flow ^F f
# focus ^I
# hardcopy h
# help ?
# history { }
# info i
# kill K k
# lastmsg ^M m
# license ,
# log H
# login L
# meta x
# monitor M
# next ^@ ^N sp n
# number N
# only Q
# other ^X
# pow_break B
# pow_detach D
# prev ^H ^P p ^?
# quit \
# readbuf <
# redisplay ^L l
# remove X
# removebuf =
# reset Z
# screen ^C c
# select " '
# silence _
# split S
# suspend ^Z z
# time ^T t
# title A
# vbell ^G
# version v
# width W
# windows ^W w
# wrap ^R r
# writebuf >
# xoff ^S s
# xon ^Q q
# ^] paste .
# - select -
# 0 select 0
# 1 select 1
# 2 select 2
# 3 select 3
# 4 select 4
# 5 select 5
# 6 select 6
# 7 select 7
# 8 select 8
# 9 select 9
# I login on
# O login off
# ] paste .
#
 
# And here are the default bind commands if you need them:
#
# bind A title
# bind C clear
# bind D pow_detach
# bind F fit
# bind H log
# bind I login on
# bind K kill
# bind L login
# bind M monitor
# bind N number
# bind O login off
# bind Q only
# bind S split
# bind W width
# bind X remove
# bind Z reset
 
# Let's remove some dangerous key bindings ...
bind k
bind ^k
# bind . dumptermcap # default
bind .
# bind ^\ quit # default
bind ^\
# bind \\ quit # default
bind \\
# bind ^h ??? # default
bind ^h
# bind h hardcopy # default
bind h
 
# ... and make them better.
bind 'K' kill
#bind 'I' login on
#bind 'O' login off
bind '}' history
 
# Yet another hack:
# Prepend/append register [/] to the paste if ^a^] is pressed.
# This lets me have autoindent mode in vi.
register [ "\033:se noai\015a"
register ] "\033:se ai\015a"
bind ^] paste [.]
 
 
# hardstatus alwaysignore
# hardstatus alwayslastline "%Lw"
 
# Resize the current region. The space will be removed from or added to
# the region below or if there's not enough space from the region above.
bind = resize =
bind + resize +3
bind - resize -3
# bind _ resize max
#
# attrcolor u "-u b"
# attrcolor b "R"
 
# STARTUP SCREENS
# ===============================================================
# Defines the time screen delays a new message when one message
# is currently displayed. The default is 1 second.
# msgminwait 2
 
# Time a message is displayed if screen is not disturbed by
# other activity. The dafault is 5 seconds:
# msgwait 2
 
# Briefly show the version number of this starting
# screen session - but only for *one* second:
# msgwait 1
# version
 
# Welcome the user:
# echo "welcome :-)"
# echo "I love you today."
 
# Uncomment one/some following lines to automatically let
# SCREEN start some programs in the given window numbers:
#screen -t IRSSI 0 irssi
screen -t SHELL 0
# screen -t MAIL 0 mutt
# screen -t EDIT 1 vim
# screen -t GOOGLE 2 links http://www.google.com
# screen -t NEWS 3 slrn
# screen -t WWW 4 links http://www.math.fu-berlin.de/~guckes/
# screen 5
# screen 6
 
# Set the environment variable var to value string. If only var is specified,
# you'll be prompted to enter a value. If no parameters are specified,
# you'll be prompted for both variable and value. The environment is
# inherited by all subsequently forked shells.
# setenv PROMPT_COMMAND 'echo -n -e "\033k\033\134"'
 
# Don't you want to start programs which need a DISPLAY ?
# setenv DISPLAY ''

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