Re: Remote Control a terminal or the console.
Nico Kadel-Garcia wrote:[color=blue]
> Pat Welch wrote:[color=green]
>> Brian K. White wrote:[color=darkred]
>>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Brian Keener"
>>> Newsgroups: comp.unix.sco.misc
>>> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>> Sent: Monday, March 17, 2008 6:47 PM
>>> Subject: Re: Remote Control a terminal or the console.
>>>> Brian K. White wrote:
>>>>>>> I take it you don't like VNC for this?
>>>>>> I think you are misunderstanding the primary purpose behind this
>>>>>> thread - It's not to access the server per se, it's the ability to
>>>>>> attach to a specific users pty or tty *AFTER* they've already
>>>>>> logged in and are actively running the application you are trying
>>>>>> to fix/debug.
>>>>> Then I'm not misunderstanding anything.
>>>>> That is exactly what I was talking about.
>>>>> That is exactly what all of dv, ttysnoop, peek, and spyfs provide,
>>>>> and what screen & mscreen do not provide.
>>>> I think Pat was actually replying to Nico when he said "I think you
>>>> are misunderstanding the primary purpose behind this thread" as Nico
>>>> was the one mentioning VNC and "emacs".
>>> Doh, you are right. I completely missed that.
>>> Sorry Pat.
>> S'ok, as long as you buy the virtual Everclear the next time we happen
>> to be at Callahan's at the same time :)
> Please: that bar stopped being fun with Spider Robinson started getting
> enough to eat and all his stories had the heroes winning in every
Hey, us old hippies got to stick together. I still look forward to new
Callahan's books - in fact Spider is on my 'buy in Hardback, can't wait
for paperback' list.
Next you'll be telling me you're not looking forward to the, umm, 20th
or so Honor Harrington book from David Weber ... <sniff>
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