Our network involves a series of dumb text terminals which telnet into a SCO OpenServer 6 server. Occasionally, one of these terminals will crash, forcing the operator to move to a different terminal until the broken terminal is either repaired or replaced.
This normally leaves hanging processes, and the related annoyances of important files not being closed down properly. Rather than manually killing the processes and closing/repairing the unclosed files, it would be so much more practical to just 'reattach' the existing processes to the new terminal and allow the operator to continue as if nothing happened.
So the question is: Is this even possible? And if so, what is the best way for me to go about doing it?