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My application works on client server architecture. The client as well as the server are Linux machine.The client is initially in console terminal(Alt + Ctrl + F1). A service is running on the client machine which is listening on a port for data which will be a url.
Now the client will issue a command to server through telnet.On receiving the command from client , the server will generate a url and will send this url to client machine. The service after receiving the url will launch browser with this url.The user can now view the url data by switching to GUI mode(by pressing <Alt><Ctrl>F7). After viewing the user again switches to console mode using Alt + Ctrl + F1 and continue working so on..
I want to inquire whether this architecture is gud or I should change my architecture.Is there a way to use the browser of server to display the url at client m/c. I mean is there a way to view the url at client m/c without browser capability at client m/c.
Last edited by arun.tayal; 01-22-2008 at 12:30 PM.