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OpenBSD Change tty background color

Is it possible to change the background color of one or all ttys without installing any additional packages? Using a config file, or environment variable? I tried changing the text mode resolution, ...
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How to access different tty session

I wanted to know if there is any possibility of login to other tty sessions. Someone has mistakenly changed the root su password. One of the session is already logged in as root. So any possibility ...
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How to reset a broken TTY?

My Slackware TTY can be broken easily by running: cat some_binary_file After the command, the entire TTY will no longer display readable characters but still responds to keyboard events. Even if I ...
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How can I determine if a client SSH connection has a tty associated with it?

Im writing a PAM module to handle authentication (server side - sshd) and I have to know if an ssh client is a tty (interactive) or not (non interactive). Does anyone have a clue?
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Really annoying keyboard screw up when entering sqlplus

Often when using bash I am used to using the keys ^A and ^E to go to the beginning and end of line, and the arrow keys to move from character to character without erasing. Every now and then, I ...
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Redirect input from one terminal to another

I have sshed into a linux box and I'm using dvtm and bash (although I have also tried this with Gnu screen and bash). I have two terminals, current /dev/pts/29 and /dev/pts/130. I want to redirect ...
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Console commands to change virtual ttys in Linux and OpenBSD

In Linux one presses Alt-F1, Alt-F2 etc to change virtual ttys. In OpenBSD one shall use Ctrl-Alt-F1 etc instead. My question is if there are console commands for these two operating systems that ...