> Conor Daly wrote:
> > ssh <workhost>
> > su - <user_who_started_screen>
> > screen -r
>> Actually, this won't work unless user_who_started_screen ==
> root. Screen
> needs to be able to change the permissions on the tty (who
> knows why, i certainly don't, and wish it wouldn't), and the
> tty is owned by the user you logged in as, so unless you're
> su-ing to root, user_who_started_screen can't monkey with tty.
Actually it works fine for me with skynet Steve. Started BitchX with
screen. Detached, went home, logged back in and reattached, no problems.
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