## gyaresu's .screenrc 2008-03-25
# http://delicious.com/search?p=screenrc

# Don't display the copyright page
startup_message off

# tab-completion flash in heading bar
vbell off

# keep scrollback n lines
defscrollback 1000

# Doesn't fix scrollback problem on xterm because if you scroll back
# all you see is the other terminals history.
# termcapinfo xterm|xterms|xs|rxvt ti@:te@

# These will let you use 
bind -c selectHighs 0 select 10 #these three commands are 
bind -c selectHighs 1 select 11 #added to the command-class
bind -c selectHighs 2 select 12 #selectHighs
bind -c selectHighs 3 select 13
bind -c selectHighs 4 select 14
bind -c selectHighs 5 select 15

bind - command -c selectHighs   #bind the hyphen to 
                                #command-class selectHighs 

screen -t rtorrent  0   rtorrent    
#screen -t tunes        1   ncmpc --Host= --port=6600 #was for connecting to MPD music server.
screen -t stuff     1
screen -t irssi     2   irssi
screen -t dancing   4       
screen -t python    5   python
screen -t giantfriend   6   these_are_ssh_to_server_scripts.sh
screen -t computerrescue    7   these_are_ssh_to_server_scripts.sh
screen -t BMon      8   bmon -p eth0
screen -t htop      9   htop
screen -t hellanzb  10  hellanzb
screen -t watching  3   
#screen -t interactive.fiction  8
#screen -t hellahella   8   paster serve --daemon  /home/gyaresu/downloads/hellahella/hella.ini 

shelltitle "$ |bash"

#change the hardstatus settings to give an window list at the bottom of the                                                                        
##screen, with the time and date and with the current window highlighted                                                                            
hardstatus             alwayslastline                                                                                                                          
#hardstatus string '%{= mK}%-Lw%{= KW}%50>%n%f* %t%{= mK}%+Lw%< %{= kG}%-=%D %d %M %Y %c:%s%{-}'
hardstatus string '%{= kG}[ %{G}%H %{g}][%= %{= kw}%?%-Lw%?%{r}(%{W}%n*%f%t%?(%u)%?%{r})%{w}%?%+Lw%?%?%= %{g}][%{B} %d/%m %{W}%c %{g}]'

ナイススクリーンの設定をわかりやすくする方法をお望みの方には、 byob (以前はスクリーンプロファイルと呼ばれていました)を心からお勧めします。それはあなたに画面の下部にある素敵なデフォルトのセットを与えます-一番下の行は様々な便利なステータス情報を含み、一番下の行から二番目はあなたの画面ウィンドウのリストを含みます。これらすべては、F9キーを押すことにより、Nice easy ncursesメニューで構成できます。


  • F2-新しいウィンドウを作成する
  • F3-前のウィンドウに移動
  • F4-次のウィンドウに移動
  • F5-プロファイルを再読み込み
  • F6-セッションから切り離す
  • F7-スクロールバックモードに入る
  • F8-すべてのキーバインドを表示
  • F9-スクリーンプロファイルの構成
  • F12-この端末をロック

チュートリアルとスクリーンショットについてはこの記事 を参照してください。

Byobuは、karmic(9.10)以降のUbuntuリポジトリにあります。ちなみに、スクリーンプロファイルと呼ばれていました。その前に this ppa of this download page からインストールできます。他の最新のディストリビューション向けにも広くパッケージ化されています。

Pythonに依存しますが、byobuを好きなように設定したら、別のコンピューターで byobu-export を使用して画面を再作成するために必要なすべてを含むtarボールを生成できます。

Hamish Downer



 # don't use the hardstatus line for system messages, use reverse video instead
 # (we'll be using it for the list of tab windows - see hardstatus alwayslastline
 # below)
 hardstatus off

 # use the caption line for the computer name, load, hstatus (as set by zsh), & time
 # the caption line gets repeated for each window being displayed (using :split),
 # so we'll use color cues to differentiate the caption of the current, active
 # window, and the others.
 #    always                  - display the caption continuously.  Since
 #                              hardstatus is 'alwayslastline', it will be on the
 #                              next to last line.
 #    "%?%F"                  - if (leading '%?') this region has focus ('%F') 
 #                              (e.g. it's the only region being displayed, or,
 #                              if in split-screen mode, it's the currently active
 #                              region)
 #      "%{= Kk}"               - set the colorscheme to blac[k] on grey (bright blac[K]),
 #                                with no other effects (standout, underline, etc.)
 #    "%:"                    - otherwise ('%:' between a pair of '%?'s)
 #      "%{=u kR}"              - set the colorscheme to [R]ed on blac[k], and
 #                                underline it, but no other effects (bold, standout, etc.) 
 #    "%?"                    - end if (trailing '%?')
 #    "  %h "                 - print two spaces, tthne the [h]ardstatus of the
 #                              current tab window (as set by zsh - see zshrc) and
 #                              then another space.
 #    "%-024="                - either pad (with spaces) or truncate the previous
 #                              text so that the rest of the caption string starts
 #                              24 characters ('024') from the right ('-') Edge of
 #                              the caption line.
 #                              NOTE: omitting the '0' before the '24' would pad
 #                              or truncate the text so it would be 24% from the
 #                              right.
 #    "%{+b}                  - add ('+') [b]old to the current text effects, but
 #                              don't change the current colors.
 #    " %C:%s%a %D %d %M %Y"  - print the [C]urrent time, a colon, the [s]econds,
 #                              whether it's [a]m or pm, the [D]ay name, the [d]ay
 #                              of the month, the [M]onth, and the [Y]ear.
 #                              (this takes up 24 characters, so the previous
 #                              pad/truncate command makes sure the clock doesn't
 #                              get pushed off of the caption line)
 #    "%{= dd}"               - revert to the [d]efault background and [d]efault
 #                              foreground colors, respectively, with no ('= ')
 #                              other effects.
 #  other things that might be useful later are
 #    " %H"                   - print a space, then the [H]ostname.
 #    "(%{.K}%l%{-}):"        - print a '(', then change the text color to grey
 #                              (aka bright blac[K]), and print the current system
 #                              [l]oad.  Then revert to the previous colorscheme
 #                              ('%{-}') and print a close ')' and a colon.
 #                              NOTE: the load is only updated when some other
 #                              portion of the caption string needs to be changed
 #                              (like the seconds in the clock, or if there were a
 #                              backtick command)
 #    "%0`"                   - put the output of a backtick command in the line
 #    "%-024<"                - don't pad, just truncate if the string is past 24
 #                              characters from the right Edge
 #    "%-="                   - pad (with spaces) the previous text text so that
 #                              the rest of the caption string is justified
 #                              against the right Edge of the screen.
 #                              NOTE: doesn't appear to truncate previous text.
 caption always           "%?%F%{= Kk}%:%{=u kR}%?  %h %-024=%{+b} %C%a %D %d %M %Y%{= db}"
 # use the hardstatus line for the window list
 #    alwayslastline      - always display the hardstatus as the last line of the
 #                          terminal
 #    "%{= kR} %-Lw"      - change to a blac[k] background with bright [R]ed text,
 #                          and print all the tab [w]indow numbers and titles in
 #                          the [L]ong format (ie with flags) upto ('-') the
 #                          current tab window
 #    "%{=b Kk} %n%f %t " - change to grey (bright blac[K]) background with
 #                          [b]old blac[k] text, with no other effects, and print
 #                          the [n]umber of the current tab window, any [f]lags it
 #                          might have, and the [t]itle of the current tab window
 #                          (as set by zsh - see zshrc).
 #                          NOTE: the color match with the caption line makes it
 #                          appear as if a 'tab' is dropping down from the caption
 #                          line, highlighting the number & title of the current
 #                          tab window.  Nifty, ain't it)
 #    "%{-}%+Lw "         - revert to the previous color scheme (red on black)
 #                          and print all the tab [w]indow numbers and titles in
 #                          the [L]ong format (ie with flags) after ('+') the
 #                          current tab window.
 #    "%=%{= dd}"         - pad all the way to the right (since there is no text
 #                          that follows this) and revert to the [d]efault
 #                          background and [d]efault foreground colors, with no
 #                          ('= ') other effects.
 hardstatus alwayslastline "%{= kR} %-Lw%{=b Kk} %n%f %t %{-}%+Lw %=%{= dd}"


# ~/.zshrc
# if using GNU screen, let the zsh tell screen what the title and hardstatus
# of the tab window should be.
if [[ $TERM == "screen" ]]; then
  _GET_PATH='echo $PWD | sed "s/^\/Users\//~/;s/^~$USER/~/"'

  # use the current user as the prefix of the current tab title (since that's
  # fairly important, and I change it fairly often)
  TAB_TITLE_PREFIX='"`'$_GET_PATH' | sed "s:..*/::"`$Prompt_CHAR"'
  # when at the Shell Prompt, show a truncated version of the current path (with
  # standard ~ replacement) as the rest of the title.
  # when running a command, show the title of the command as the rest of the
  # title (truncate to drop the path to the command)

  # use the current path (with standard ~ replacement) in square brackets as the
  # prefix of the tab window hardstatus.
  # when at the Shell Prompt, use the Shell name (truncated to remove the path to
  # the Shell) as the rest of the title
  # when running a command, show the command name and arguments as the rest of
  # the title

  # tell GNU screen what the tab window title ($1) and the hardstatus($2) should be
  function screen_set()
    # set the tab window title (%t) for screen
    print -nR $'\033k'$1$'\033'\\\

    # set hardstatus of tab window (%h) for screen
    print -nR $'\033]0;'$2$'\a'
  # called by zsh before executing a command
  function preexec()
    local -a cmd; cmd=(${(z)1}) # the command string
    eval "tab_title=$TAB_TITLE_PREFIX$TAB_TITLE_EXEC"
    screen_set $tab_title $tab_hardstatus
  # called by zsh before showing the Prompt
  function precmd()
    eval "tab_title=$TAB_TITLE_PREFIX$TAB_TITLE_Prompt"
    eval "tab_hardstatus=$TAB_HARDSTATUS_PREFIX$TAB_HARDSTATUS_Prompt"
    screen_set $tab_title $tab_hardstatus



escape ^za

私はしばしば10を超えるウィンドウを実行していて、それらを選択する方法を望んでいました。 C-a Shift + 0から9を構成して、ウィンドウ10から19を選択する方法を見つけました。

bind  ! select 11
bind  @ select 12
bind \# select 13
bind  $ select 14
bind  % select 15
bind \^ select 16
bind  & select 17
bind  * select 18
bind  ( select 19
bind  ) select 10



vimのような全画面表示プログラムは、閉じた後もスクロールバックバッファーに残っているのですか?実行していないときと同じように完全に消えてしまうと、すばらしいと思いませんか。画面?これを〜/ .screenrcファイルに入れてみてください...

altscreen on

画面ウィンドウを切り替えるには、Ctrl + Alt + LeftおよびCtrl + Alt + Rightを使用しています。私のIRSSIチャネルにはAlt + LeftとAlt + Rightを使用し、GNOMEワークスペースの切り替えにはCtrl + Alt + Shift + Left/Rightを使用します。複雑に見えますが、実際には非常にうまく機能します。

GNOME端末の文字コードは、PuTTYを介して接続するときの文字コードとは異なるため、エントリを複製する必要がありました。 cat>/dev/nullを使用して、適切な文字コードを見つけることができます。

# execute 'cat > /dev/null' to see the character codes

# Change Escape Combination to Ctrl+f (Ctrl+a is too useful to lose)
escape ^Ff

# Ctrl + Alt + Left from gnome-terminal
bindkey ^[[1;7C prev

# Ctrl+Alt+Left from PuTTY
bindkey ^[^[[D prev

# Ctrl + Alt + Right from gnome-terminal
bindkey ^[[1;7D next

# Ctrl+Alt+Right from PuTTY
bindkey ^[^[[C next


backtick 1 15 15 $HOME/bin/cpuusage
# now add '%1`%% CPU' to your hardstatus string. Result is like 38.4% CPU.


if [[ $(uname) == "Darwin" ]]; then
    top -i1 -l2 -n0|awk '/CPU/{i+=1; gsub(/%/,"",$0);p=substr(sprintf("%3.2f",$8+$10),0,4);if(i==2){printf "%g", p}}'
    awk 'NR==1 {p=substr(sprintf("%3.2f", ($2+$3)/($2+$3+$4+$5)*100),0,4); printf "%g", p;}'</proc/stat
Bruno Bronosky

Urxvtを使用している場合、次のようになります CTRL+LEFT そして CTRL+RIGHT 前と次のタブウィンドウに移動するために使用されます。

bindkey "^[Od" prev  # ctrl-left
bindkey "^[Oc" next  # ctrl-right


bind V screen -t MYTABNAME ssh -t MYUSERNAME "screen -x main || screen -R -S main"

デフォルトでフロー制御をオフにすると、 CTRL+R rtorrentで適切に:

defflow off

独自のユーザーアカウントで デーモンとしてのrtorrent を実行している場合、この.screenrcは便利です。

vbell off
startup_message off
escape ^Rr
screen -t rtorrent rtorrent
multiuser on
defflow off
Trey Hunner

Gnu画面にbash .profileをロードさせる方法 への回答に基づいて、以下を追加します。

Shell -$Shell


# disable C-a s, which freezes the screen; can be resolved with C-a q
bind s 
Chase T.

メニューバーなしでは生きていけません。多くの人が持っているメニューを付けたくないのは時間です。 PuTTYのスクロールバックがスクロールバックされたままになるのを防ぎます(画面の更新と見なされるため)。



# Bind F11 and F12 (NOT F1 and F2) to previous and next screen window
bindkey -k F1 prev
bindkey -k F2 next