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screen can detach from the terminal.  All of the programs running in screen will remain exactly as they are after a detach.  This means that you can start a program and leave it running even though you log in and out several times.  You can even go to a different computer, ssh to the one that's running screen and access your running programs remotely. screen can detach from the terminal.  All of the programs running in screen will remain exactly as they are after a detach.  This means that you can start a program and leave it running even though you log in and out several times.  You can even go to a different computer, ssh to the one that's running screen and access your running programs remotely.
-screen can multiplex a terminal.  Within a single screen session, you can have multiple screen windows, each one behaving like a separate terminal, as far as the programs in it are concerned.  So you can run, say, your email client in one window and your text editor in another and be able to flip between them at will.  The advantages to this are primarly in cases where you only have one terminal available to you.+screen can multiplex a terminal.  Within a single screen session, you can have multiple screen windows, each one behaving like a separate terminal, as far as the programs in it are concerned.  So you can run, say, your email client in one window and your text editor in another and be able to flip between them at will.  The advantages to this are primarily in cases where you only have one terminal available to you.
screen supports multiple attaching.  You can attach to the same screen session from different terminals.  This has a couple of uses.  You can have multiple xterms viewing different windows of the same screen session, giving you all the benefits of screen combined with the benefits of multiple xterms.  You can also leave yourself attached on one computer (your home computer, say) and attach again from a remote computer.  This is often more convenient than detaching every time. screen supports multiple attaching.  You can attach to the same screen session from different terminals.  This has a couple of uses.  You can have multiple xterms viewing different windows of the same screen session, giving you all the benefits of screen combined with the benefits of multiple xterms.  You can also leave yourself attached on one computer (your home computer, say) and attach again from a remote computer.  This is often more convenient than detaching every time.
 
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