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Depending on your env/distro you can easily disable your local
condor_<daemons> and set CONDOR_HOST, and SCHED_HOST, etc... to point to
the machines which you are interested in.   

That machine will then only be used to "monitor" or remote submit.  


On Fri, 2010-10-15 at 17:44 +0530, AMARNATH, Balachandar wrote:
> Hi,
>  Is there any way to just install comand line tools of condor ?
> Ideally just enough portion of condor so that my client machien can
> act as submit host.
> Regards 
> Bala
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