Linux crew: webserver log stream desktop

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  1. Who Mike D

    Who Mike D Local Hustler

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    running gentoo 2006 with gnome. Is there an app to stream my webservers log on my desktop?
     
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    its a remote server
     
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    ssh remoteserver tail -f /var/log/apache2/access.log
     
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    gnome is taking forever to compile :hsugh:
     
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    That's because Gnome fucking sucks. Especially to compile.
     
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    what do you suggest? its a 400mhz lappy with 128 meg of ram basically going to use it to monitor my remote server but i dont mind eye candy :naughty:
     
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    Why do you need Gnome for SSH? Just run everything from the Gentoo CD.
     
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    still compiling :wtc:
     
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    :gentoo: :mamoru: :mamoru:
     
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    what's wrong with Gentoo?
     
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    setup a syslog server :confused:
     
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    I'm all about OpenBox (icculus.org/openbox). It's very minimalistic (not a lot of flashy features or eye candy), but it uses next to no resources and it's easily customizable.
     
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    openbox or fluxbox you need a fuggin supercomter to run gnome with any speed :o
     
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    I prefer KDE over gnome if you really need the graphical interface, although in this case it sounds like you'd be just fine without anything graphical..
     

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