I have a lengthy python script running on a machine: [root@server1]# ps aux | grep python root 30640 15.6 0.6 296416 102444 pts/4 S+ 11:29 2:38 python my_script.py But I'm now working ...
First of all my Linux knowledge is limited! I'm more a developer, who casually manages some servers :-) So, I'm operating on a farm of RHEL5/6 (mixed) servers and here is what I want to do: I have a ...
Connecting to a remote system through SSH, I always end up being connected to the pts/5 pseudo-terminal. No other session than mine is running (checked with w and ps fax), and restarting the SSH ...
Is there a portable way to list supported terminal types on all *N*X systems? If not, what's the best way to get this list on Solaris?
I want to be able to launch screen sessions on remote servers from a single ssh command on my desktop. However, screen seems to need a terminal, which is not available when running a command through ...