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dear Solution,

i know that Unix allows us to display other users window on his terminal onto our display as long he give permission. anyone has any clue how to do this???

thanx.
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by:marecs
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xhost +111.222.111.123
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i think u have misunderstood my question.
what i want is, to copy what is seen on machine "fox" screen onto my machine "lion" screen. so that I can see what he is doing on his machine. but of course he has to give permission xhost +lion.



 
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garisoain earned 50 total points
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If you're talking about Graphic Environment (Watch the other screen, Remote Control, etc), you need VNC...

http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/

hope this helps
-garisoain
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by:Droby10
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don't know if it applies to the specific system...but you could always use xwatchwin.  but if xhost is disabled then you can batch xwd with xwud to create screen captures at intervals...

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by:mrn060900
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If your talking dumb terminals take a look at snoopit by cactus software, see

http://www.cactus.com 

cactus utilities

Regards Mike

www.unixonline.co.uk
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by:mafendee
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hi..sorry for late response, i have to tried out u guys ideas.

i have tried with 'garisoain' idea, but it seems the password is required from the users who has started that other terminal.

what about 'xwatchwin', i dont think i have this on my solaris machine. Droby10, would u explain more detail? can
i get this bin. somewhere?

BR.
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by:SteveJ
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Why is the prompt for a VNC password a problem? VNC is free and works fairly well. Multiple people can look at what's happening on a screen. You can have exclusive control or no control over what you are watching.

Steve
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by:Droby10
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i don't know if there's an openwindows or cde build for it...it's generally ported for linux and bsd variants running X11...

i just did a search on 'xwatchwin' on altavista and it pulled up several sites (again all for openbsd, netbsd, etc. )...but you might find something there.
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by:stan64
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yet another option

http://www.tridiavnc.com/

is a modified version of at&t's vnc that supports a number of *nix's

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