On Sat, Jan 22, 2000 at 10:06:39AM +0100, Uwe Laverenz wrote:
> > isdnd runs here as a daemon without -f option. BUT, some times, I'd like
> > to have the interactive features. Is there something like a telnet port
> > I could reach to get the interactive features?
> Have a look at /usr/ports/misc/screen. It let's you run your programs in
> virtual terminals, maybe it also works with isdnd?
You can compile in almost as much virtual consoles as you need - use one
for isdnd (you can tell it which to use during startup) and use ``watch
-W <tty>'' to look and type at it. (You need at least one snoop device
in your kernel which let's you look at that tty and the needed /dev/snp0
device.) For watch, you need root rights, but you can look at sudo (in
the ports). I have isdnd running on a local console on my FreeBSD machine
and watch it using a terminal window in my desktop.
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