|ABDUCO(1)||General Commands Manual||ABDUCO(1)|
abduco [-e detachkey] [-r] [-f] -n name command [args ...]
abduco [-e detachkey] [-r] [-f] [-l] -A name command [args ...]
abduco [-e detachkey] [-r] [-l] -a name
If the command to execute is not specified, the environment variable $ABDUCO_CMD is examined, if it is not set dvtm(1) is executed.
All session related information is stored in the following directories (first to succeed is used):
$ABDUCO_SOCKET_DIR/abduco $HOME/.abduco $TMPDIR/abduco/$USER /tmp/abduco/$USER
However if a given session name represents either a relative or absolute path it is used unmodified.
If for some reason the unix(7) domain socket representing a session is deleted, sending SIGUSR1 to the server process will recreate it.
- Print version information to standard output and exit.
- Readonly session, i.e. user input is ignored.
- -e detachkey
- Set the key to detach which by default is set to CTRL+\ i.e. ^\ to detachkey.
- Force creation of session when there is an already terminated session of the same name, after showing its exit status.
- Create a new session and attach immediately to it.
- Create a new session but do not attach to it.
- Try to connect to an existing session, upon failure create said session and attach immediately to it.
- Attach to an existing session.
- Attach with the lowest priority, meaning this client will be the last to control the size.
abduco -c my-sessiondo some work, then detach by pressing CTRL+\ and later reattach with
abduco -a my-session