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    Hello,
    I write a perl script on Linux server,
    Can I run this script from Win98 ?
    and How ?(Not use cgi method)

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    Depending on whether your perl script is win32 compatible or not. Of course, you need to change the first line of your script to a different perl location.
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    Hello,
    No, I mean...
    The perl script still put on Linux server,
    and Win98 is a client.
    How can I run a linux server's program from win98 client ?

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    telnet from win98 to linux. Then type:
    'perl /path/to/script_name.pl' (without quote)
    Be sure to check the permission.

    [This message has been edited by freebsd (edited April 24, 2000).]
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    Hello,
    If my client and server both are linux,
    Can I run a program of X window ?
    Because client users can see more beautiful display then telnet.
    And which language I need to use ?
    Qt ? or what ?
    Thanks
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