well, I don't know if that's possible .....
you're writting a local admin application with PHP ????
(I mean, this script is used on the local machine, not through the network
???)

I think there should have a way to get this to work ....


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From: Chris Lambert <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2001 10:50 AM
Subject: Re: [PHP] Executing graphical application (linux)


> [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Nayco) wrote in
> 017601c13a9d$f3614840$0100a8c0@p2333:">news:017601c13a9d$f3614840$0100a8c0@p2333:
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> > have you tried with specifiing th e display to use ????
> >
> > ----> something like EXEC ("my_app --display 0:0")
> >
> > well .... this may be possible, everything is possible with a keyboard
> > and many imagination ....;~p
> >
>
> Yes, I have set the display (although from a shell script rather than
> using parameters.
>
> Thanks,
>
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