Okay I'm pretty new to Linux and I have setup a Raspberry Pi 2 with Raspbian and it's running a bunch of things for tracking aircraft as well as a receiver (RTL-SDR). It's all working great and I'm using Dump1090 for decoding/demodulating the signal.
Dump1090 has an --interactive mode that displays a row/column layout in the terminal when started normally (not as a daemon) which is the signal the receiver is picking up from the plane. I have Dump1090 starting as a daemon now and I'd like to see the --interactive output when I start a session with a command or something. The daemon is being started with --interactive already.
Obviously when I SSH in I don't see this output and I'd like to know if there's a way I can sort of "alt tab" to view its output. Is this not possible? Do I need to install something in particular on the OS in order to do this?
Thanks in advance.
Edit: I went with terdon's comment and using the advice from garethTheRed. Outputting to a file and accessing the file to see output works in the terminal fine so I will go with that. I also use this in conjunction with the web server that shares the data. I will mark garethTheRed's answer as accepted as it's the only one for coherency sake while keeping my explanation of also using terdon's advice which is a solution to my problem. Thanks for the help.