Is it possible to get back to an instance of kate that was started in an
ssh session, after losing the session?
I logged in with ssh -X and was using kate, and then it froze. A message
on the terminal where I started SSH said that the connection had been
terminated at the remote end. I suspect a pneumatic drill. There's one
in the next room doing my head in atm.
Now, I logged in again, with ssh, and ps aux | grep -i kate shows an
instance of kate that would have started about when I started mine.
Could this have the unsaved file I was working on?
And if so, is there any way of getting in to kate and saving it?
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