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Old 23rd April 2009
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how to write the script that invoke a program to be displayed in another terminal
For example, i'm running the script in terminal A then the another command in the script will run in another terminal B.
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Generally, you don't.

It's possible to write to another terminal, if you open a pair of xterms and run 'tty', on the first you can generate output (e.g. echo hi) and redirect it (>>) to the second terminals tty device file. Fiddling around like that is basically what the unix talk program does. So you could even have the script redirect the I/O of a command to another termianl; but in order to *actually* execute a program on the other terminal, you would have to setup a program on that terminal to handle the launching, and a way to communicate with it from your current terminal (e.g. through a named pipe or socket)

You probably do not want to do exactly what you asked how to do.
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Or do you mean something like (assuming you are running xorg):

Code:
#! /bin/sh
xterm -e top &
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