You got away from me, my screen-ounette!
A careful melody of consistent characters
A little puddle of pretty print
A trailing list of timid text
And then frozen.
I didn’t know what to do, my screen-ounette!
Like a frozen flash of green fury!
Like a ridiculous racing of red!
Like an arbitrage of ardent artichokes!
The sharpness bit.
I am detached, but you tell me that is not the case?
There is a screen on: 29568.pts-5.screen-ounette (Attached) 1 Socket in /var/run/screen/S-vsochat. </pre>WHY is the word “Attached” filling your status space?! “screen -r” … Lord, mercy, please! respond to my copy paste!
screen -r 29568.pts-5.screen-ounette There is no screen to be resumed matching 29568.pts-5.screen-ounette </pre>!!! But then I found you again, my screen-ounette! It was an extra letter that I did not set:
screen -D -r 29568.pts-5.screen-ounette </pre>And we are together again, screen-ounette!!! And my happiness quota is again well set :) [![screenounette](http://vsoch.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/screenounette.png)](http://vsoch.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/screenounette.png) If you didn’t catch it, in the case that you lose connection while in a screen, and when you restore the connection the screen is listed as “Attached” (and it isn’t) the fix is this command:
screen -D -r 29568.pts-5.screen-ounette </pre>
Sochat, Vanessa. "My Screen-ounette!." @vsoch (blog), 16 Oct 2014, https://vsoch.github.io/2014/my-screen-ounette/ (accessed 20 Mar 23).