Quoting kevin lyda (kevin at suberic.net):
> wow, what a great idea. i always have them telnet to port 6000 and
> type in raw x. then i beat them with a stick till they figure it out.
Yeah, well, _you_ try helping people who insist on running
Linux-Mandrake with 96 MB of RAM, who refuse to believe me when I tell
them Linux can be perfectly usable and elegant on the desktop without
Understanding the basics of how X11 works helps people a _lot_.
But, come to think of it, I can't help noticing that all the CORBA stuff
breaks without notice the moment you start to use X11's inherent
network-capable nature to image multiple hosts' X clients to one's
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