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Use as: $ s host1
Will ssh to remote host upon first invocation. Then use C-a d to detatch. Running "s host1" again will resume the shell session on the remote host. Only useful in LAN environment. You'd want to start the screen on the remote host over a WAN.
Adapted from Hack 34 in Linux Server Hacks 2nd Addition.
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