Connect to irssi over ssh

rxvt-unicode -g 999x999 -sr -depth 32 -bg rg-ba:0000/0000/0000/dddd +sb -T irssi -n irssi -name irssichat -e ssh server.com -Xt screen -aAdr -RR irssi irssi
This will launch and irssi session on your server. If it's not running, it will create the session. If it's running it'll connect to it and destroy any other connections. If compositing is available, the rxvt window will have transparency added. This window will also open maximized. Anything else this does should be easily figured out in the man pages.

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2009-07-30 04:53:17

What Others Think

its telling me the color is not right urxvt: unable to parse color 'rg-ba:0000/0000/0000/dddd', using pink instead.
nbv4 · 473 weeks ago

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