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Old 08-01-2003, 12:46 AM   #1
WanglessOlasov
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pts with aterm


Hey, i used to use xterm for the most part, becuase it was simple enough and easy to use. Also, whenever i started a new xterm session, it logged me on again, on a pts terminal. (this is useful for me becuase i like to use talk and ntalk with some friends, and they can specify that terminal instead of it always showing up on tty1 or something). However, i just started using aterm, and it doesn't log me on to another terminal like aterm did. This isn't really necessary, but i would really appreciate it if someone could tell me if i could make aterm mimic xterm in this way, if it's at all possible, and if so, how.
 
  


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