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  1. I SSH into other linux machines. Machine1, 2, and 3. I start Labview from a shell script on each machine. Note that all displays are returned to my machine. I then try to start a new Labview session on machine1 that will talk to machine 1 Labview. From shell script on machine 1: /usr/local/bin/Labview –launch /EGSE/eTSO/GenericTestSet/ConfigMgr/public/ETSO_Stop.vi Issue: the -launch option attaches to the last Labview displayed on my machine (machine 3). This results in machine 3 stopping Labview and not machine 1 Labview. How do I connect to the Labview session already running on machine 1 from machine 1 SSH, but the display is on my machine? Can I start another Labview session on machine 1 and talk to the other Labview session on machine1?
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