So lets say you boot up your linux install all the way to the desktop. You start up a gnome-terminal/konsole/whatever so you have a tty to enter commands to.
Now lets say I SSH into that same machine. It will bind me to another tty to enter commands to.
Now lets say I want to "switch" my tty from my original SSH one to the gnome-terminal one started earlier.
Basically I'm asking if there is anyway to do the same thing screen -x does but without screen?
I know you can easily send output to the other tty simply by echoing something into the /dev file, but I dont know a way to 'view' whats in the tty...