I am getting the following message when I log in as root in a shell started from x:
bash: cannot set terminal process group (-1): Inappropriate ioctl for device
bash: no job control in this shell
When i switch to a shell via <CTRL-ALT><F1> I get the usual message that I logged in last time at: DAY MONTH YEAR AT...
which shows me that the logins from every console are recorded seperately. For whatever reason...
Admittedly I do not understand, what exactly is the 'terminal process group' and what an 'inappropriate ioctl for a device' is.
Whereas I understand that it is reasonable, that $FF (=-1) is considered an invalid value for almost anything.
And: do I have to worry bout the job control?
Any Links appreciated that will lead to some learning.