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Chris Fowler firstname.lastname@example.org
Tue, 14 Dec 2010 21:39:15 GMT
On Tue, 2010-12-14 at 16:30 -0500, Chris Marget wrote: > > The goal of my project is to make TCP ports on a single server act > like a huge terminal server appliance. The > xinetd/chroot/runuser/console/conserver mess will be a big mux, > allowing me to present any console port in the environment directly on > TCP ports on the server. Users won't need the 'console' binary, any > telnet client will do. Meh. Sounds like a big CF and security nightmare. If you're going to do that maybe you don't need conserver. I have some "reverse TCP" code I wrote some years back that will do exactly what you are looking to do. It emulates the behavior of an old school terminal server. > > There's probably a better way to do this than having xinetd launch > console, but I'm not sure what it is. This console CPU problem is a > show-stopper. Fix it. I've not looked at the new code but it seems to me that it is not catching EOF. I could be wrong. (sleep 3) | strace console myconsole 2>/tmp/strace.log What is it doing?