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# 8  
Old 07-15-2002
someone earlier mentioned tty-snoop which sounds like a good method but it is not supported by SCO. If I were in Solaris or Linux it would work great but not for SCO. I also found this program called VNC. But also it is not supported by SCO. Thanks anyways...
# 9  
Old 07-16-2002
before the user start is application he must do (at bash )
> export DISPLAY=your_ip_address:0.0
> run_the_gui.sh


try that
# 10  
Old 07-16-2002
what is
run_the_gui.sh
? cause I don't have it on my machine. Or was that just a joke to see if I was gullable?

Shaun
# 11  
Old 07-16-2002
lol
no it is not a joke. and its normal you dont have it on your machine



> export DISPLAY=your_ip_address:0.0

change your_ip_address with your ip address

> run_the_gui.sh

change run_the_gui.sh with the command-line to start your GUI application....
# 12  
Old 07-16-2002
btw, it is not to be done on your machine...
it is to be done on the user's machine where the application is
# 13  
Old 07-16-2002
oh sorry. I feel like an a$$ now. I thought that was actually a script somewhere. I can export the display as you put it and that works fine, but what I want to do it to be able when I get a call (or email) to login directly to his machine and get his desktop as my own. That way I can run the programs on his local machine but from my station. You understand what I mean?

Thanks
# 14  
Old 07-16-2002
ohhh then you need to start up the x server! depending if you are using kdm or gnome it depends on how to do it. but its easy, just go to linux.com or the linuxdoc.org (ithinkthats it) search the how to pages for x server. you can remotley login like that. that what you mean right? hes using a gui? if so then thats how to do it.

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