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Old Unix and Linux 11-06-2008
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hello frnds,
I want to export display of othe terminal to my terminal and want to post a msg, which should visible at other terminal,
I tried myself, but couldnt get it
plz help me to get solution
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Find out which terminal is which with "who am i". Let's say you have pts/0, he got pts/1.
You do:

echo hey > /dev/pts/1

and he will see a "hey" on his terminal, that's it.
For doing that remote to another box you could use the "write" command for example.
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