better yet, just use backticks:
echo `tail $filename`

On Fri, 26 Oct 2001 16:13:31 +0200, _lallous wrote:
>to tail a file use the "+" flag when opening that log file,
>and write a simple PHP script that spits that file to you, ie:
>"Yamin Prabudy" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
>> Hi there I need help here
>> I got a file say it's a logs file and keep update ever changes
>> I need to tail this files and pharse it into web, so I can see
>>this the
>> update without login into server (jst thru web browser ) how can i
>>do this
>> Thanks for Help

Mark, [EMAIL PROTECTED] on 10/26/2001

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