how to map pfkeys to screen -r cmds

Malcolm Kay malcolm.kay at
Sun Nov 16 07:46:04 PST 2003

On Mon, 17 Nov 2003 01:58, Marty Landman wrote:
> At 09:55 AM 11/16/2003, Malcolm Kay wrote:
> >On Mon, 17 Nov 2003 01:12, Marty Landman wrote:
> > > My workstation is windoz xp.
> >
> >Then you should be able to start multiple ssh sessions each in a
> >separate xp window.
> That's true. :) And then alt-tab between these.
> >Out of curiosity what is your ssh client under xp? PUTTY?
> Of course. Well I got the text screensaver going which my 12 yr old thought
> looked pretty cool, so one objection to working on tty0 is over, maybe I'll
> just leave it at that for the time being and later on learn the power
> saving features so I can automatically have the terminal shut down or
> whatever's available.
> BTW Malcolm, I'm having a mess trying to get Samba working. Any advice on
> how I can undo everything and start from scratch with a reasonable step by
> step guide? AFAIK the build and install went fine but everything since then
> has just been a mess.
> Then again I'm now porting my web environment by ftp'ing to my workstation
> from my dev website, and then from the workstation to my fbsd box, then
> learn the mnt command (I guess) and see if that works for my needs; I think
> it should.
> So my main concern now I guess is de-installing Samba, meaning leave the
> -make build install- results on the box for a future time when I have more
> patience/knowledge/bicarb :) but undo whatever is running now cuz it's
> giving me agita seeing failure messages. I have a working stable system
> (except for the samba stuff) and can actually start using it.
> This is a very cool system, fbsd. I think it'll be a blast getting into it.

I've no real experience with Samba but I'm sure there are some Gurus reading 
this thread and with some luck you'll get help from them.


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