Terminal mirror, mirror terminal

markham breitbach markhamb at corp.ssimicro.com
Wed Nov 18 06:04:44 UTC 2015

sudo watch -W {his pty/n}
                         ^----- you can glean this from output of w

This will give you write permission to his terminal, or you can have him
watch {your pty/n}


On 2015-11-16 10:10 PM, Gregory Orange wrote:
> On 17/11/15 12:48, Polytropon wrote:
>> I'm logging into a remote location of a user (ssh -Y) in order
>> to perform some CLI tasks. I'd like the user to be able to see
>> what I'm doing for educational purposes - I usually have him on
>> the phone at the same time. So I see a CLI window on my desktop,
>> I work on his system, enter commands and so on, and _he_ can see
>> a terminal window on his desktop where he can see what I'm doing,
>> he'll see my commands and their output "mirrored".
> screen -rx is the first that comes to mind.
> HTH,
> Greg.
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