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Old 07-21-2009
Remote Login in to another Terminal

hi all ,

i need the command for remote login in to another terminal, came accross by using "tty" command. please suggest and help me out in this.

Regrds
Sridhar.
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Old 07-21-2009
Sorry, its not clear.

Did you mean remote login to terminal or host?
I assume you meant host, based on the availability of the daemons - telnetd, sshd, use ssh or telnet to login to that host.

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