Re: Free X Server for WinDos
> > > > > The subject says it all. I found MI/X, but that seems not to be free
> > > > > anymore. Isn't there anything that's good *and* free?
> > > >
> > > > An older version of MI/X?
> > >
> > > Try VNC rather than X, unless you're trying to locally serve X apps.
> > Or if you want to be multiuser. IIRC, vncserver will serve the current
> > display, right?
> See other followups. Actually, if you had locally served X apps, you
> could display them to the remote (Linux) VNC session, then display them
> locally via VNC viewer. Remember: X is a networked windowing system
Man, I have GOT to try this... I experimented quite a bit with the Win32
server (see my ludicrous experimentation at
http://www.geocities.com/jmarkevich/doorstop.html). Man, after using Linux
for pushing 7 years I keep forgetting how *cool* it really is.
Jonathan Markevich <email@example.com>
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