Sorry if my question is a bit confusing - I'm not even sure the proper terminology, so I don't know what the best way to start looking is.
I'm rebuilding a system at home, and I'd like to check how the build is going at a slow time at work sometimes. I can connect to the system from work (ssh into my main box, and then from there, ssh to the system I'm working on). I have a terminal opened on that system (actually, another ssh session fron the main box), and I'd like to have my new connection attach to that terminal session, if possible, so that I can just pick up where I left off, and monitor it from here. Is this possible? Sessions main desktop terminal A [ssh]--> workstation terminal A (where builds are currently being processed) work desktop terminal [ssh]--> main destop terminal B [ssh]--> workstation terminal B I would like to have workstation terminal B intercept workstation terminal A, or main desktop terminal B intercept main desktop terminal A. Can it be done? Where do I start looking, what are the words and phrases of interest? I tried looking at both the bash and xterm commands/man page, but they are rather long, and I'd miss what I was looking for without having a clue in advance. I'm guessing something like /dev/?tty?? might work, but how do I figure out which tty to use? Thank you, -Jim Stapleton _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"