A very stupid question

Hi!

I know that Gnuradio script is able to write data to console when
running
(some output data). I haven’t tried anything, but it should be able
somehow,
because blocks can be written in c++, and c++ program is able to write
in
terminal window.
If say, I connect to other computer via COM port (using minicom client
for
example) and run gnuradio script remotely, all data which script will
output
to console I should see in my minicom window.

Now the stupid question: If one of machines is laptop with no COM port,
how
can I get the same result (connect from laptop to PC , run script,
receive
all the data which script would output to terminal)?
No bluetooth or wifi available. This leaves usb and ethernet I guess?
How do
I connect? Which software to use? Any other advice?

Alex

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On Oct 11, 2010, at 7:50 AM, Thunder87 wrote:

Now the stupid question: If one of machines is laptop with no COM port, how
can I get the same result (connect from laptop to PC , run script, receive
all the data which script would output to terminal)?
No bluetooth or wifi available. This leaves usb and ethernet I guess? How do
I connect? Which software to use? Any other advice?

I use ssh (aka Secure Shell) for this. Clients and servers are available
for almost every platform.

-Marc

Marc E.-3 wrote:

On Oct 11, 2010, at 7:50 AM, Thunder87 wrote:

I use ssh (aka Secure Shell) for this. Clients and servers are available
for almost every platform.

-Marc

Thanks Marc!

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