dag at centos.org
Tue Dec 30 01:18:05 UTC 2008
On Mon, 29 Dec 2008, Michel Donais wrote:
> In Centos or RHEL terminal devices are created as /dev/pts/1 .../2 .../3 etc.
> On Some others Unix they are defines as dev/tty01 ..../tty02 .../tty03
> How do I can get theses terminals identites in Centos when I open a Terminal of any kind?
Do you mean this:
[root at lisse root]# tty
tty is used for console terminals
pts is used for 'virtual/pseudo' terminals (like created by ssh or screen)
There are other character terminal devices that are used for specific
purposes, like ttyS for serial ports.
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