Mike Ford Ditto wrote:
> Also in Amiga Unix there was an "index" screen that showed a brief list of the
> open virtual consoles and a w(1)-like display of what was running on each one.
> You could use the arrow keys or mouse to switch to one of the screens. The
> index screen could be selected by Alt-Esc, but it also became selected
> whenever the last process closed the currently selected console. I.e., when
> you log out, you are shown a list of virtual terminals, reminding you that you
> might also need to log out on some of them as well.
I think it's not secure to display the other console's sessions for
user, especially in Trusted Extensions systems.
Anyhow, for these user-friendly utilities, we can implement them step
by step after all programming interfaces become stable.