so, i'd ssh in from a client computer, start a screen session,
start the script inside that screen session? then, because i'm
in a screen session, i'd have more options for displaying the
running script? starting to sound pretty complex. maybe it's
just that this is the first i've ever heard of screen. have
started looking into it. still hoping for something that i
could do without having to use tools i've never used before,
though; ideally, konsole, ssh, and my scripts.
the script is pretty much all this computer does so i really
don't need to be logging in and out of various sessions. all
i really need to do is have the script start and display
itself. once it starts and is visible, it can pretty much
stay there as the only thing on the computer's screen. on the
other hand, if gnu screen is the only or easiest way to do
this, i guess i'll have to figure it out.
is there a way, excluding screen, that if a script is running,
but not displayed because it's been started from a command
from an outside computer, is there a way i can call up a
konsole and display the output of this running script?
Last edited by babag; 04-06-2008 at 02:01 AM.