On 22 Jun 00, at 14:21, nick_elliott at ie.ibm.com wrote:
> Has anyone got full GNOME/KDE working nicely on a
> Win32 X server. ie. Panels etc. Hiding the Windows
>>> Just as a futher question after Aaron's point. If I have exceed running on
> a windows platform, can I telnet to a Linux box, export the display to my
> machine and run startx. I use exceed to run an x-windows application from
> an AIX machine. However, I can't seem to get the same to work from Linux.
Reflection X works very nicely. I'm using it in a secure environment so I
just start gdm/xdm/whatever on AIX and Linux and it does the job. I've
also used rsh/rlogin/telnet/etc. and it works on both platforms (you just
have to start a window manager as the first command unless you're running
a local WM.
Linux tends to be a bit more anal (and rightly so) about reverse DNS
lookups regarding connections to machines, so make sure your network is
set up correctly and that hosts claim to be the hostname that the DNS says
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