From: Nuno Silva (nuno.silva_at_vgertech.com)
Date: Wed 15 May 2002 - 18:10:29 BST
this is because /dev/pts/2 is crw------- root root
this can happen if you login as root and then "su - USER". If you
"enter" the vserver via ssh, /dev/pts/2 will have the permissions you want.
(This is "normal" behaviour even in the "main" server)
Justin M Kuntz wrote:
> Hello --
> Sorry for another probably dumb question - but I'm having trouble getting
> "screen" to work in a vserver. I get an error about:
> Cannot open your terminal '/dev/pts/2' - please check.
> I intentially don't want my vservers to be tied at this point to any of the
> virtual terminals accessible from the main keyboard console.
> Is it possibly to fake the pts entries for screen? If so, do I need to
> create multiple pts entries using mknod? In other words, am I limited to
> the number of pts as the number of instances of screen I can use per