Re: Xwindow from win95?
>Works. It's free.
I second that. MI/X is a nice, free X server for Win32. I've been running
it under both Win95 and WinNT with no problems. Also, if you directly run
the server (XS.EXE) instead of the default startup stub (TNTSTART.EXE), it
starts without the local TWM manager, and you can fire up your own WM from
the Linux machine.
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