1. A nice drawing program with which a picture resembling the interface
can be drawn. There are many choices and some are very sophisticated
and easy to use. If you choose this option you should check with a
competent GUI programmer about limitations in actually creating a GUI
(at least what is easy to do and what isn't).
2. An inexpensive GUI builder. This is not so "inexpensive" and a lot more
complex, because such a tool is actually designed to create real GUI's.
Some can be very easy to create simple GUI's with. If you want
sophisticated GUI prototypes, you'll need expert programmers to operate
the GUI builder.
Take a look at my report on GUI development tools if you are interested in
option 2 at
is also a site for anonymous ftp at ftp.che.utexas.edu (look in
I'm searching for any kind of front-end GUI interface to the "at"
command. Can anyone suggest a X-Window utility or 3rd party web
interface that would allow users to schedule one-time jobs on a
Solaris 9 system? --srl