Re: how to let the remote server continuously run while I shut down local telnet client?
- From: Unruh <unruh-spam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 30 Jun 2006 22:35:24 GMT
Robert Hull <Robert@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
On Friday 30 Jun 2006 20:44, gino <loseminds@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
"Tyler McHenry" <tyler@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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I hereby accuse Joe Beanfish of stating:
I think "screen" will let you detach and later reattach from
Two things screen cannot do:
- sessions cannot persist across reboots (it's not a virtual machine
- cannot detach/reattach X windows
So if you're doing this in a GUI, screen is not going to work for
you, but if this is a CLI process, it's exactly what you want.
thanks a lot! But I am exactly using X-windows. As I said, I am
accessing UNIX/LINUX server from my home PC which is on Windows XP...
Windows XP, although it has X and Windows in the name has nothing to do with X-Windows.
So, from the evidence you are NOT using X-windows.
Now it is possible to run an X emulator on Windows, but you would have to
Actually what you said was:
On Friday 30 Jun 2006 07:31, gino <loseminds@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
I use Secure Telnet Shell to telnet to the remote Unix/Linux server to
Telnet Shell is not the same as X Window and *nowhere* did you mention
Would you like to give us the *real* facts this time?.
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