fgconsole Command in Linux

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This tutorial explains Linux “fgconsole” command, options and its usage with examples.

fgconsole – print the number of the active VT.

DESCRIPTION

If the active Virtual Terminal is /dev/ttyN, then prints N on standard output.

SYNOPSIS

fgconsole

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EXAMPLE

If the who command shows that

# who
abc tty7         2013-12-23 02:02 (:0)
abc pts/1        2013-12-24 11:04 (:0)

Then the fgconsole will output 7 as active terminal is tty7

# fgconsole
7

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