Subject: Re: console scrollback ?
To: Dave <>
From: Luke Mewburn <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 12/11/2004 12:46:37
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On Thu, Dec 09, 2004 at 01:17:36AM -0500, Dave wrote:
  | Here is a compromise/workaround I use for ssh-agent access while
  | under screen, and it satisfies me (but YMMV):
  |   [...]
  | This approach buys you extra flexibility over the vanilla ssh-agent/
  | subshell approach: it lets you gain access to your agent from any
  | shell, even one that had already been opened in a separate window
  | before the agent was ever started (without too much typing).

Or you could just fire up the agent the first time you connect to
your system, run a screen, and do all your work in windows on that
screen, using multi-attach screen (screen -x) to give you multiple
parallel views into the same "workspace".

I describe this elsewhere in this thread.

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