Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Splitvt - Two shells in a window

I have just come across the old tool call splitvt, it will split two shells in a window when you run the command with it, so I think it's best that I can run splitvt to ssh to my Sguil VMware image since I need two logins at the same time. Then I can su - sguil for the second shell in a window and run the scripts. It's much more faster and easy. Since splitvt is in package, I just install it using package and directly I run

shell>splitvt ssh -l root

And I have the screen like below and easily I can run the scripts for both shells.

Small tool always helps :]

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

screen also has this feature..

CTRL-a S, and then CTRL-tab to switch between the 2.