Hi!

On Thu, 14 Aug 2008 10:06:46 +0800, EdwardKing <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I use SSH to remote FreeBSD
> $ssh  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> password:
> 
> Then I SSh to suspend client in that remote machine:
> $~
> /home/tom: Permission denied
> 
> Permission denied? Why? How to do that?

In opposite to Matthew Seaman I don't think it's an escape code
problem here. Instead, it seems you're trying to execute your
home directory. :-)

The $ sign seems to imply you're using the Bourne Shell. The
same problem you described can be done using the C Shell:

        % ~
        /home/poly: Permission denied.

When I try this in BASH, I get this:

        $ ~
        bash: /home/poly: is a directory

Maybe

        % cd ~

is what you indended to do?



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Polytropon
>From Magdeburg, Germany
Happy FreeBSD user since 4.0
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