On Thu, Aug 19, 1999 at 11:00:37AM +0100, Dermot Hanley mentioned:
> > Will it do XDMCP do is the big question.
> It does rsh, rexec, and XDMCP. In XDMCP you can select any of the
> following modes : query, broadcast, indirect, or old indirect.
> StarNet's X-Win32 is the nicest X Server for Win32 I've seen (including
> Exceed or my brief encounter with Reflection/X).
Although I do remember years ago helping some 4th years doing their 4th
year project, which was was written for OpenLook/SunOs. They were
telnetting into a Sun machine, using X-Win32, which didn't display a lot
of the widgets they were using, and they were convinced it was abug in
their program, till I ported it to Linux to prove it was X-Win32. Is it
more X compilant these days ?
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