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- man screen
Typical test if any GNU screen processes exist:
screen -list # Response: # No Sockets found in /tmp/screens/S-root.
screen # Response: # Screen version 4.00.03 (FAU) 23-Oct-06 # ... # [Press Space or Return to end.] # Do either of this to enter the created GNU screen.
screen -list # There is a screen on: # 8291.pts-3.om-gta02 (Attached) # 1 Socket in /tmp/screens/S-root.
On purpose disconnect a GNU screen process:
<ctrl>a d # Response: [detached] # You should see the terminal in a former [different] state.
See if the disconnection worked:
screen -list # There is a screen on: # 8291.pts-3.om-gta02 (Detached) # 1 Socket in /tmp/screens/S-root.
Reconnect to a GNU screen:
screen -RD 8291 # You should see the terminal in another [different] state.
Make update and upgrade in the GNU screen process:
opkg update;opkg upgrade;sync;sync;sync # Sync info: # http://www.oreillynet.com/linux/cmd/cmd.csp?path=s/sync # I think it will prevent data loss, if FR looses power/undergoes unclean power off, # after a complete sleep uninterrupted upgrade.
If you now loose ssh connection to your FR it does not matter - the upgrade proceeds (as long as the FR does not sleep - if the touchscreen goes black please tap the touchscreen to prevent sleep).
If you do loose the ssh connection, you ought to be able to restart the wi-fi interface, start a ssh connection to FR and reconnect to GNU screen process and see the last couple of lines and see how the upgrade ended.