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Re: netfs part of a console server with server-client model

From: Niels Möller
Subject: Re: netfs part of a console server with server-client model
Date: 02 Jun 2002 23:37:05 +0200
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Marcus Brinkmann <address@hidden> writes:

> Mmmh.  Interesting thought.  I will ponder it, but the usefulness is not
> very high, considering that there is usually term between you and the
> console anyway.  Or term would have to support it to.

Ooops, the term server is in the way as well. I just think that it
would be nice to have a clean way to get from the tty to the raw
display, preferably without too much knowledge about the layout of the
directories provided by the console server.

> One way to get that info is to look up your ttyname node and look at
> the translator settings.

That sounds a little too messy for my taste, but I don't see any
obvious cleaner way to it.

Having all these little servers stacked on each other makes me think
of STREAMS (with which I don't have much experience).

And the problem is, given a port to one end of such a stack, you want
to send an rpc to some server further down, and get the result back.
Performing a dir-lookup on the console, given only a term conencted to
the console, is one example.


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