How are Standard Streams Defined?
I would like to know how a Linux System defines Standard Streams.
I would like to use this knowledge to allow multiple users to use the same computer, but through different sources of input/output. That is, the computer may have mutliple keyboards, mice, and screens attached for all I/O.
I am a bit familiar with file descriptors and how they can be redirected (ex: the output of a command into a file), but I would like each user to log into the system through one of the various input devices, and once logged in, communicate with the computer using the corresponding set of I/O devices I have in place
So to keep it simple, if I have 2 mice, keyboards, and monitors attached to a computer, I want User A t use the first set of I/O devices and User B to use the second set
Thank you very much.