[TAG] suppress terminal messages of other processes
Christoph.Sandhaus at ops.de
Wed Feb 18 21:42:52 MSK 2004
> SCO's current sins are not Caldera's fault, since they could only happen
I think it's important to notice!
> > Maybe I'v got an idea:
> > Doesn't the messages (i.e. from wall) arrive trough STDERR?
> > Is there a possibility to ignore incoming messages on STDERR on a xterm?
> Stderr is a channel a process writes out on, not a channel it receives
> on the tty connected to its window, it displays it. You can do this
I have had some experiences and it seems there is nothing I can do.
And "stty" (Hello Thomas!) isn't the answer either. There was no way to switch
> shows which tty is the current one. I got a permission error because I
> don't own /dev/pts/8. The first 'w' entry is the console I ran "startx"
I tryed to redirect /dev/pts/X (sorry about this stupid attempt :-D) and I
think you can imagin what happened: "operation not permitted"
> I use konsole, which is kind of a super xterm from KDE. Each konsole
> you're having. So I start it with "konsole 2>/dev/null" to suppress
> those messages. But that only works if you do it to the process that's
> writing the messages. You can't do that to the kernel, to a driver or
> a daemon, since you don't have control over their stdin/stdout/stderr.
The only way seems to create a custom window...
Thanks a LOT to all of you!
I stop off here with all experiments.
But I've learned a lot and maybe next week I'll join TAG.
I hope my english was not too bad.
Read you next time and many greetings,
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