Leo Talbot wrote:
>> What's the easiest way to watch a user terminal session as root?
>> I have a rendering program running on one box, that's dumping info to the
> screen, and I want to watch it from another box. I know I could have
> redirected the output to a file, and then used tail -f to watch it, but
> the renderer has started, it takes forever to run, so restarting isn't
> an option.
There's an old app called ttysnoop which I can remember having on some
ancient slackware distro a few years back ...
I haven't heard of it since but I'm sure it's still gettable from
IIRC It was an interesting way of seeing what Dave Airlie was at :)
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