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Old 07-23-2001
terminal capture

I have to capture a remote terminal from the Unix machine

I tried with cat /dev/pts/0 (remote terminal) > /dev/tty1 (Unix terminal)

but its is blocking the remote terminal.
# 2  
Old 07-28-2001

By blocking, do you mean not allowing you to? Are you doing this as root? If you can, try installing something like ttysnoop, or telnetsnoop. There is software that allows you to do this much more accurately than with cat.
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Old 07-28-2001
inetd

I really appreciate your reply

Actually I want like NetWatch when I telnet the Unix machine from remote area where I can get the whole view like realtime monitoring of the remote user in my LINUX Server.

The Linux Server login will be root.
But the remote student will login with his username and password.

Is it that anything related to wrapping, using httpd or inetd files??

I doubt if telnetscoop is in RedHat Linux 6.0?
I think telnetscoop includes modifying the inetd.cong file
with
tcp stream nowait......


Can u help me if I can use slackware... for this purpose??
 

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