[icecast] How to edit icecast.xml via SSH on Linux?
nettings at folkwang-hochschule.de
Tue Feb 10 06:11:59 PST 2004
> Hi Midhun,
> Thanks for your answer; it's exactly what I needed. In fact I used to have a
> monitor so I was doing all this kind of stuff with a graphical interface;
> but now I have to do everything through SSH.
btw, if the machine without the monitor has an xserver installed,
you can even start graphical applications and see the output on the
monitor of the other machine:
user at boxwithscreen:~> ssh -X user at boxwithoutscreen
user at boxwithoutscreen:~> xosview &
after a couple of seconds, the window should pop up on your screen.
(don't use this on slow links, such as a modem, but LAN is fine.)
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