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screento the specified directory or, if called without an argument, to your home directory (the value of the environment variable
$HOME). All windows that are created by means of the
screencommand from within `.screenrc' or by means of C-a : screen ... or C-a c use this as their default directory. Without a
chdircommand, this would be the directory from which
screenwas invoked. Hardcopy and log files are always written to the window's default directory, not the current directory of the process running in the window. You can use this command multiple times in your `.screenrc' to start various windows in different default directories, but the last
chdirvalue will affect all the windows you create interactively.
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