linux how to split screen
1) First of all open the terminal and run the command screen and then press. (now you invoked the screen and you are in)2) Now press (control+a followed by shift+s) it will split the screen horizontally into two.So we created the two screens horizontally now its time to split the screen vertically as well so3) Press (control+a followed by shift+| (don't get confuse its a pipe sign) now it will split the screen vertically but in the top screen not at bottom to split the bottom screen vertically also we have to move to that screen so press (control+a followed by tab) two times then again press (control+a followed by shift+|) it will split the bottom screen vertically also.Its time to run the shell in all remaining screens so to move from one screen to another press (control+a followed by tab) and then in that screen press (control+a followed by c) it will create the session there. So you will have 4 shells working in one single terminal :-)Lesson Learned.control+a followed by shift+s = it will split screen horizontallycontrol+a followed by shift+| = it will split screen verticallycontrol+a followed by tab = to move around the screens openedcontrol+a followed by c = to create session in the opened screen
Split Terminal Screen Into Multiple!
Today I would like to share the screen command Its really very helpful and necessary in many cases so no need to open separate terminals for each program you can open them all in one Terminal screen.
To create a new screen with the name foo, use
screen -S foo