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    Can someone tell me what "pts" means in konsole?

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    Its slave pseudo-termnial .. It would talk with ptmx
    man pts
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    Lakshmipathi Its slave pseudo-termnial .. It would talk with ptmx
    I noticed in my logs someone was commanding my computer to reboot.
    Could this "slave pseudo-termnial" be the culprit? Now what is "ptmx"?

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    I learned that "pts" talks to "ptmx".
    My question is when pts/# is displayed in Konsole is it a security risk?

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    Could you post the output from Konsole ?
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