On Mon, Apr 02, 2001 at 04:31:46PM +0100, JustinMacCarthy mentioned:
> Can anyone tell me, will it be possible to run several XClients off One
> MacOSX server???? Can we just use one MAC server, and xclients (on our
> win/linux) to test web pages et al on the Mac platform
To an extent. But it won't look like what it'll look like on a Mac. It'll
look like what it'll look like on a PC!
What you could do is something like VNC, if there is a OS-X port. It gives
you a window into the desktop of the server. However, I think you can only
have one person using it at once. And it'll work for non OS-X Mac's too.
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