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vps_-_plan9front_-_drawterm_rio_and_stats [2022/06/12 01:44]
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 ^9front Drawterm option^ 9front Drawterm option description^ ^9front Drawterm option^ 9front Drawterm option description^
-|  ''-p''  |''Aan is usually run automatically through the -p option or rimport, rexport, and rcpu(1)''+|  ''-G''  |//''Start drawterm in text-only mode (no graphics).''//
-|  ''-t''  |''Add -t timeout in seconds, if more than the default (24 hours/86400 seconds) is needed''|+|  ''-B''  |//''Disable kbdfs.''//
 +|  ''-O''  |//''Use the old cpu(1) to connect to the cpu server rather than rcpu(1).''//
 +|  ''-p''  |//''Aan is usually run automatically through the -p option or rimport, rexport, and rcpu(1)//;// protect the connection against connection resets by establishing aan(8) tunnel.''//
 +|  ''-t''  |Add -t //timeout-in-seconds//, if more than the default (24 hours///86400// seconds) is needed; //''set the timeout for aan(8) to a value in seconds (default is one day).''//
 +|  ''-r''  |//''Specifies the root directory on the client. The default is /root and all further paths are relative thereto.''//|
  
 ^   ^aan, aanuke - always available network^^ ^   ^aan, aanuke - always available network^^
-|  AAN:  |//Aan tunnels traffic between a client and a server through a persistent network connection.//|http://man.9front.org/8/aan| +|  AAN:  |//''Aan tunnels traffic between a client and a server through a persistent network connection.''//|http://man.9front.org/8/aan| 
-|  AANUKE:  |//Aanuke prints commands that will cause all processes called aan that are owned by the current user and do not have an active tcp connection to be terminated.// " |+|  AANUKE:  |//''Aanuke prints commands that will cause all processes called aan that are owned by the current user and do not have an active tcp connection to be terminated.''// //Aanuke prints commands// that look similar to the //slay// commands, in the [[vps_-_plan9front_-_broke_and_slay#slay|mentioned slay example]].|"  
 + 
 +|1|[[boot_camp_9p_resource|Plan 9 Boot Camp 9p.sdf.org tutorial:]]| 
 +|**9p...**|''$ ./drawterm -a 9p.sdf.org -h 9p.sdf.org -u USER''
 + 
 +|2|[[vps_-_9front#front_drawterm|Plan 9 Boot Camp private VPS tutorial section:]]| 
 +|**VPS**|''$ ./drawterm -a YOUR_IP -h YOUR_IP -u glenda''|
  
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-You should now have a Rio terminal window, and rc prompt (%). The first thing you can do is to type "''cat readme.rio''" (or read it from [[http://sdf.org/tutorials/misc/readme.rio|here]] if it's missing).+You should now have a Rio terminal window, and rc prompt (%). The first thing you can do is to type "''cat readme.rio''" (or read it from [[http://sdf.org/tutorials/misc/readme.rio|here if it's missing]]).
  
 [[vps_-_9front#front_drawterm|Drawterm]]<sup>1</sup> is essentially a BLIT terminal emulator which allows you to connect to your Plan 9 system and load the //Rio// windowing system. Rio is a direct successor of UNIX 'layers' and Plan 9 '8½'. [[vps_-_9front#front_drawterm|Drawterm]]<sup>1</sup> is essentially a BLIT terminal emulator which allows you to connect to your Plan 9 system and load the //Rio// windowing system. Rio is a direct successor of UNIX 'layers' and Plan 9 '8½'.
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 |STATS|usage:|''stats -lmisce''|http://man.9front.org/8/stats| |STATS|usage:|''stats -lmisce''|http://man.9front.org/8/stats|
 +
 +<code>
 +  cpu% stats -lmisce
 +</code>
 +
 +A ''[[vps_-_9front#command_reminder|winwatch -e]]'' //stats// note:
 +<code>
 +  cpu% winwatch -e '^(winwatch|stats|faces)'
 +</code>
  
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