Re: Duplicate ssh session
From: Konrad LUDWIKOWSKI (konradl_at_poczta.onet.pl)
Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2005 21:58:21 +0200 To: Justin Finkelstein <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Thu, Jul 14, 2005 at 03:49:37PM +0100, Justin Finkelstein wrote:
> I use PuTTY all the time, in Windows and to get a duplicate session,
> you click the top-left icon in the window (I forget what this is
> actually called) and select 'duplicate session'.
Yes, that is true - but in PUTTY you have to input credentials (username/password)
and on the server new sshd will be forked for you - but in F-Secure ypu simply
get independend shell without need to log in.
> On 7/14/05, Konrad LUDWIKOWSKI <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I use comercial SSH client called F-Secure SSH client and putty. One of
> > the best feature od F-Secure is the ability do duplicate (better multiplexing)
> > ssh session. In F-Secure if you are logged in and click "New Terminal Window"
> > you will get another terminal (without suppling credentials). From server
> > point of view it looks like this:
> > # ps -ef|grep sshd
> > ludw 8104 8102 0 09:31 ? 00:00:00 sshd: ludw@pts/10,pts/11,pts/12
> > another pts/XX for new terminal - but still the same instance of sshd.
> > Does anyone know how to get such a behavior in putty or ssh commnad
> > inside linux shell??
> > Kind rgds,
> > Konrad