ssh in and run command in pre-existing session?
I think this is what I need to do in order to run my script! This is not a gnu-screen question, more a ssh session question (I think?)
Remote machine is a cli only digital picture frame. I use a script on start up to login automatically and then run a script which starts a gnu-screen, inside of which runs the image display and a clock (split gnu-screen )
I can ssh in as the same user and kill the gnu-screen session (screen -x) and the running script, but if I try to run the script again, it doesn't work because I am on the wrong screen/display/tty in my ssh session.
How do I run the script as the pre-existing logged in user (can be the same as the ssh'd user) so that the gnu-screen session appears on the screen/display/tty of the remote machine?
Last edited by Merrattic; May 12th, 2013 at 04:21 PM.
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