I've decided to try tmux: have been reading the docs and googling around, trying to find a way to have two users sharing a session, each with a different cursor. However, giving 777 permissions to ...
This just crossed my mind. Let's say that I'm operating a remote machine via SSH and I executed a make command to, e.g. build a new kernel for my machine. While I'm logged in that session, I can see ...
I logged in to my linux physically(say tty1) and started a process that watches stdin for commands and has some stdout-put. How can I access/use this process from a SSH session?
I'm trying to leave netcat running and close the ssh session (even stop the ssh daemon). But it then exits before all of the data is written. I'm testing in a non-ssh (local) console: nohup nc -l -p ...
I have tmux installed. But I can not scroll up or down. I.e. as soon as I tmux I get only a portion of the screen and can not scroll up. crtl-b + Page Up does not work since I am in Mac and I can not ...
I'm connecting to target computer through SSH from command line. Target computer is running Gnome. I need to be able to tell the target computer to change its desktop to a fullscreen text console ...
Is it possible on boot to redirect the console output to a screen session? The server has no monitor attached, and I'd like to be able to see the primary console output. I've seen other posts about ...