I am trying to figure out how to set it up so that when open a new shell with xterm, it sets DISPLAY on the new shell the same as it was onthe old shell (NOT to the computer where the old shell is).
If it were just rlogin and not xterm I could just modify TERM, but xterm sets that variable to 'xterm' automatically. Are there any other variables that are passed? Is there anyway to read the title bar of an
xterm window (just set it equal to the display)? Any other ideas?
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