I am running Mac OS X 10.7 on a MBP and OS X 10.8 on a Mac Mini. I can connect to the Mini via ssh without any issues.
I am running GNS3 (Network simulation) on the Mini and have configured it so that when I connect to one of my routers via the console, a Terminal window is opened.
On Linux I can connect to a remote terminal sessions if it's using screen or by connecting to the tty.
I would like to connect to the remote Terminal already open on my Mini from my MBP.
Do I need to run the equivalent of screen to be able to do this?
When I do a ps -aux on the Mini I get:
885 0.0 0.4 2622240 18368 ?? S 2:19pm 0:16.27 /Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app/Contents/MacOS/Terminal -psn_0_561289
Is there a way to connect to this terminal from a remote computer when I am connected via ssh?
What does -psn_0_561289 mean?
Can this identifier be used to connect to this terminal?