LUG: multiplexors on alamode

Samuel Warfield warfield at mymail.mines.edu
Mon Nov 5 12:39:45 MST 2018


Ok, I just sent in the support request to CCIT

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Samuel Warfield <warfield at mymail.mines.edu>
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Colorado School of Mines CS 2020
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On Mon, Nov 5, 2018 at 12:38 PM Jeffrey Norris <jnorris at mines.edu> wrote:

> You'll need to run "loginctl enable-linger" first, if you have not already
> done so.
>
> Then "systemd-run --scope --user <command> <args>" to override the systemd
> default of KillUserProcesses=yes.
>
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: lug-bounces at mailman.mines.edu <lug-bounces at mailman.mines.edu> On
> Behalf Of Robert Zampino
> Sent: Monday, November 5, 2018 12:29
> To: Jack Rosenthal <jrosenth at mines.edu>
> Cc: lug at mailman.mines.edu; khellman at mcprogramming.com
> Subject: Re: LUG: multiplexors on alamode
>
> Try invoking screen using "systemd-run --user --scope screen".
>
> Systemd made a change a few years ago to kill child processes on logout by
> default, with a config option to disable this behavior.
>
> I guess CCIT just figured that one out...
> On Mon, Nov 5, 2018 at 11:01 AM Jack Rosenthal <jrosenth at mines.edu> wrote:
> >
> > I've been able to use tmux and screen just fine in the past, but
> > interestingly enough I go and try today ...
> >
> > $ ssh bb136-01
> > jrosenth at bb136-01$ tmux
> > ... runs a process and presses C-b d ...
> > jrosenth at bb136-01$ ^D
> > $ ssh bb136-01
> > $ tmux attach
> > no sessions
> >
> > If someone wants to put in a help desk ticket, maybe we can get an
> > official answer on this.
> >
> > Jack
> >
> > --
> > Jack M. Rosenthal                 ( http://inside.mines.edu/~jrosenth
> > Graduate Student, Computer Science )     http://jack.rosenth.al
> >
> > Theoreticaly you just need to install OpenGL, GLU, and FreeGLUT then
> > run make. How does that work in practice? Not sure. Good luck I guess.
> >     -- Sam Sartor (in a README)
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