apt to the package manager you want to use.
$ apt install screen
Run script in a ‘screen’
$ screen ./scriptName.sh
$ screen -ls
Resume a screen session
One session running
$ screen -r
Multiple sessions running
If you have multiple screen sessions running, you have to list them first to get their ids:
$ screen -ls There are screens on: 784.pts-1.108124a2ab91 (10/05/20 19:18:54) (Detached) 622.pts-1.108124a2ab91 (10/05/20 18:56:33) (Detached) 1024.secretStuff (01/05/53 00:00:00) (Detached)
Then you can resume a session by using its ID (the first number before the
. or name of the session):
$ screen -r 784
In my case, I could have replaced
784 in the command above with
Exit a screen
To exit a screen and let it run in the background you can, while holding control press A + D.
Rename a screen
mySessionsID with the id or name of the session you want to rename and
newName with the desired name for the session.
$ screen -X -S mySessionsID sessionname newName
Delete a screen
mySessionsID with the id or name of the session you want to stop.
$ screen -X -S mySessionsID quit