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# 8  
Old 12-21-2006
If that was possible, It will be a BIG security hole in unix.
# 9  
Old 12-21-2006
I've never said it's secure, it's simply possible. But yes, It's dangerous, though.
# 10  
Old 12-21-2006
Im just wondering Gurth, why are you trying to make commands appear to be executed on other terminal then yours Smilie ?
# 11  
Old 12-21-2006
Yes, plesae, explain it Smilie
# 12  
Old 12-22-2006
It's very simple, i am using KBtin to play MUD.
Adam Borowski ( developer of KBtin) has made a mapper utility for KBtin, however it is executed in the same screen window (you need to type map to display it). I wish to made this a bit more practical. My plan is to open two telnet sessions (i ssh to a coledge server) and monitor two screen windows (screen -x). While i play on one screen window i have a map that tracks my movement on another screen window (something like Zmud under windows).

In order to do this i need a way to send commands from window where i play to window that should display the map.

I am not trying to break security here, just trying to make something new that many of my friends would find useful.

# 13  
Old 12-22-2006
Also, i am not trying to send commands to another person's terminal. I wish to send them to another window under my screen session (the screen utility under unix).
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