Well if you use mgetty on those terminals, you can set it up in
at the end is an option to telnet to a remote host...
so use mingetty on normal; terms
and mgetty on the rest?
On Thu, 27 Jan 2000 John_White at dell.com wrote:
> On a similar kind of a vein . . .
>> is there any way of getting any one terminal to run a getty on a
> remote machine ? a kind of a constantly open telnet to that machine at the
> login prompt.
>> e.g. I have Holly and Bishop. On Holly, ttys1-10 have the local getty :
>> Welcome to Linux 2.2.10
>> Holly login:
>>>> But on ttys 11 & 12 I want a direct persistent login to Bishop
>> Welcome to Linux 2.0.38
>> Bishop login:
>>> Kind of the way I can run "X :1 -query Bishop" on Holly and so have a
> permanent easy to get to X login for Bishop, but I want to do it in text
> mode. Its a complete arse to have to login to holly and then telnet to
> bishop. I'd imagine it would require some changes to telnetd on Bishop (say
> not to disconnect if the line not used within 90 seconds etc.) Anybody know
> if it's been done or has anybody done it ?
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