Man this thing is cool – to bad I’m not 11 with a huge trust fund.
Take the nostalgic design of a 30s grand prix racer in 1:2 scale, a part car-fanaticism and mix it together with a lithium-ion electric motor and you get a powerful toy car for kids of all ages including those experienced driver that are still young at heart. Audi’s Auto Union Type C e-tron is made of aluminum with a carbon-look finish and provides a seat for drivers up to 1.80 meters in height, who then will be offered a top speed of close 19 mph and 44.25 lb-ft of torque for a rejuvenating journey of almost 16 miles.
via Audi’s Toy Car for the Big Boys | Gentleman’s Gadgets | The Source of Inspiration for Modern Men.
Let’s assume that I elubow want to share my console with jdoe. The easiest way to do this next part is to actually name your screen session. So let’s call our session test.
$ screen -S test
This will create the session and put you in it. Now we need to add the access control. Note: You can automate the multiuser piece by adding it to you .screenrc.
All jdoe has to do now is connect to the same machine and type the following command:
$ screen -x elubow/test # $user/$session_name
There are other security combinations as the above gives jdoe full access. Here are a few common ones:
:aclchg user +rx # Give ‘user’ read-only access
:aclchg user -x “#,at,aclchg,acladd,acldel,quit” # Don’t allow ‘user’ any of the previous commands
:aclchg user +rwx # Give ‘user’ read-write access (open permission on the session)
via Sharing a Screen Session | Erics Tech Blog.