Put the file on someplace accesible from doze (over SMB),
and use a tail client on windows (There are a few available).
You can use the same method on Linux by each client running
tail -f. Note less also has a switch to look @ the end of
a file but also browse it, which may be useful.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Finnegan [mailto:mark.finnegan at lakefield-etech.com]
> Sent: 28 November 2000 09:36
> To: ilug at linux.ie>> I need some way to allow multiple users on windows machines
> see the standard
> output from a long running application. X-windows
> server/client setup seems
> to be somewhat of an overkill.
> At present I'm simply redirecting output to a text file and
> allowing all the
> involved users read only access.
> This is (obviously enough) somewhat less than ideal. Is there
> any simple way
> to share stdout that I should know about?
>> Preferably fairly generic U*NIX as I need to recreate it
> under Redhat (6.2),
> Solaris 8 (x86) and SCO 5.05 (Though the SCO boxen are being
> retired in
> favour of solaris over the next few months so they're not as critical)
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