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RE: Multiple rw sessions?

Harris, David \(SBS US\) david.k.harris@siemens.com
Tue, 7 Mar 2006 14:42:17 -0800 (PST)

   The *BIG* advantage to using ^E-c-f is that you end up with
a stamp in the log about who was in control, and that can be
useful sometimes, in helping to find an admin who needs some
'additional clue(s)'. :-)


-----Original Message-----
From: John Stoffel [mailto:john.stoffel@taec.toshiba.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2006 2:03 PM
To: Brian Matheson

>>>>> "Brian" == Brian Matheson <bmath@xsigo.com> writes:
Brian> In large part because we have systems that currently work that 
Brian> way.  I actually like the idea of having only one writer at a 
Brian> time, but I think it'll be a hassle to get my users into the 
Brian> habit of doing that.

Just get your users used to doing the ^Ef key to force writeability and
they'll be just fine with it.  And they'll appreciate the fact that only
one terminal at a time can write.  

The big thing I want is a bigger scroll back buffer.  The default 20 and
60 lines aren't enough at all.  I'd like 10-60 screens of lines of
scollback if possible.