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Re: Using 'stuff' to send characters from one account to a second accoun

From: Lars Noodén
Subject: Re: Using 'stuff' to send characters from one account to a second account's session
Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2012 19:03:16 +0300
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On 09/24/2012 06:50 PM, Chris Jones wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 23, 2012 at 03:25:28PM EDT, Lars Noodén wrote:
> [..]
>> What is the right syntax to send from the second account?
> Sample that works here:
> | % screen -S myscrn
> | % screen -S myscrn -X 'stuff ls
> '
> . creates a screen session with socket name 'xscrn' - single window that
>   runs my default shell.
> . sends/runs 'ls' in that shell. '
> ' is entered by hitting CTRL-V and
>   then hitting the <Enter> key.
> To direct 'stuff' to a specific screen window:
> | % screen -S myscrn -p 2 -X 'stuff ls
> '
> Counting from zero, '2' is the target session's third window.
> CJ
I'm still getting the 'No screen sessions found' error.  Are you sure
that 'stuff' is being sent from a second user account.  If both
terminals are logged into the same account, 'stuff' works nicely.  If
they are both logged into separate accounts, then 'stuff' gives that
error even if multiuser otherwise works.


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