Re: How to display CLI output on another machine

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On Sunday 07 January 2007 17:25, Manuel Arostegui Ramirez 
> screen screen screen screen screen, did I write screen?

Screen supports multiple logins on one computer.  I don't 
think this will work for what the OP wants to do.  I think 
Les Mikesell gave him the answer when he posted off my 
earlier post.

Here it is again.

Yes, after the fact you have to work from the machine
that already has the text on the screen and can thus copy
it to the X clipboard.  You can ssh -Y from there to some 
machine, start the program where you need this text, and 
it in.  However, I thought the object of this exercise was 
mail it somewhere.  With the appropriate setup, machine B 
be able to mail to the same place as machine A.

Anyway, in the future, just be aware that you can do all the
steps from any convenient X screen.  Just ssh -Y to the 
you want to run the commands and you'll be able to cut/paste
among the screens.

Another way you can do something similar is to install the 
module in the X server.  Then you can connect with any vnc 
and pick up everything currently on the screen.

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