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- J Krugman
August 1, 2003, 1:40 pm
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I want to use PuTTY to launch long-lived X-applications (e.g. Emacs
or Mozilla) in such a way that only the application's window(s)
remain after authentication. I tried using the "Remote Command"
field in the SSH panel to do this, but it doesn't have the desired
effect, because the login window remains after login is complete
(this is true whether or not I check the "Don't allocate a
pseudo-terminal" box). What's far worse, killing this undesired
window also kills the desired X-application. Is there a way to do
what I want to do?
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