"Burke, Gary : GIG IS&T" wrote:
>> ] Is there a free x-windows client for NT ????
>> Try locating a copy of XWin32 - it's a self extracting archive. Works
> fairly well. It is shareware, I think, but you can use it free for a while,
> and I don't believe it expires. One of those conscience based shareware
>> Hmmm. http://www.xwin32.com - it was that easy.
>> Oh dear - it's no longer shareware. Cost $200. But you can download the
> eval version which has no expiry date. Only problem is that it will quit
> after 2 hours.
>> Anyone any better suggestions?
It's been quite a while since I used this but there's another thing
called TNT (I believe) which you run on said windows box, telnet into
Unix system, set your DISPLAY and then run whatever app is required.
It has twm built in but you can run your windowmanager of choice using
as I said it's been quite a long time but the lite version is a freebie.
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