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I want to call a special xterm to execute "ls" command in a perl scriptby Anonymous Monk
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I have a bother thing, I try my best to find answer for a whole day to solve it.
My demand like thing, I want to call a xterm to execute the "ls" command. I find monks have follow idea:
but our xterm is a special command that it use "-e" alreay, that is say we can't use the method above(exec "xterm -e "ls > log";).
1.I want to use pipe, socket, background process and so on to realize it, but I have no idea.
2.for this case, mustn't the xterm called pop up, and it must run as ground process?