> Very cool indeed. But I was just wondering how do I config my box
> to accept
> connects from outside xclients?
Let's be clear on terminology here. An X client is an app
such as xterm, gimp, netscape.
An X server is the thing that runs the graphics card and
The original poster was actually looking for an X _server_
for NT, not a client.
Now, do you want to allow, say, netscape running on
machine 'otherbox' to appear on the display on 'your-linux-box'?
Or do you want to allow the X server on 'your-nt-box' to
give you an XDM-style login window to 'your-linux-box'?
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