Thanks guys, remapping to ^B worked like a charm.
On Fri, Feb 1, 2013 at 4:08 PM, Serge Hallyn <serge.hallyn@...:
> Quoting Martin Konečný (martin.konecny@...):
> > As you may know, screen overrides the shortcut Ctrl-a for it's own
> > commands. I accidentally lxc-console'd into a container inside screen,
> > now I can't get out of it using Ctrl-a q since screen is intercepting
> > Any tips?
> 1. type ctrl-a ctrl-a to tell screen you want to hit a ctrl-a
> 2. use screen with a different escape sequence. I often use
> screen -e^Yy
> in a terminal, with dvtm inside that, and from there I will launch
> byobu-screen or byobu-tmux using ctrl-a, or lxc consoles, without
> having to escape.
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