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 Reconnect SSH
Author: magiik 
Date:   30-09-05 07:59

Well, Im a newbie to FreeBSD, just got my server running the other night. This is my first post here, so hello all!

The problem I'm having is that sometimes I'll get disconnected from my SSH connection (for example, I lose my wireless connection on campus). How can I relog on through SSH and reconnect back to that same terminal? I've been searching through google for the past hour and havn't been able to figure anything out. I'm so new to this, I don't even know what words I'm looking for to describe the things. Like, is the psuedo-terminal thing the ttyp0 thing a terminal? is it a shell? Is it possible to use a command to 'reconnect' back to ttyp0 when I've just re-logged back on and I'm on ttyp1? Can I reconnect back to my session at the SSH login by typing in ttyp0? I've tried this, but it asks for a password that I do not know... Well, hopefully there is a way to do this, otherwise Im going to need to find out a way to at least drop/kill those 'terminals' where Im already logged in... Thanks in advance, magik

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magiik 30-09-05 07:59 
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kahn 30-09-05 12:37 
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