This question bothers me for so long - is there any way to restore ssh (pts) session after client's disconnetion?
Here is an algorythm:
1. # ssh email@example.com
2. open several interactive programms (mc, vim etc)
3. plug of network cable from client's computer :-)
4. open ssh connection from another computer and run:
username pts/3 Apr 10 14:04 (192.168.1.2) <------ this session must be restored
root pts/6 Apr 2 11:04 (192.168.1.3)
root pts/7 Apr 5 15:39 (192.168.1.4)
5. huh? what to do?
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