From: Liam Bedford (lbedford at domain lbedford.org)
Date: Fri 15 Jun 2001 - 11:04:59 IST
On Fri, Jun 15, 2001 at 10:49:38AM +0100, kevin lyda came forth with:
> On Fri, Jun 15, 2001 at 10:55:25AM +0100, Cormac McClean wrote:
> > I expect this has come up before, but I can't find the information
> > I'm looking for in the archives, or on Google for that matter.
> > Can anyone recommend a free X-windows client for Windows NT.
> > I want to use it to allow students to connect to a Linux
> > box and run graphical mathematical programs like gnuplot
> > (and others) from NT.
> i hear debian and redhat come with free x servers?
> ok, not what you wanted. try mix. dunno the url, but whenever i've
> looked for it i used yahoo.
MI/X works.. it runs TWM locally and it doesn't support XDM style -query
Other option (which I use in work) is cygwin. Install cygwin, and
extract their Xserver for windows into that directory..
biggest problem (which I haven't managed to work around) is that it
defaults to US keymap (changing the config file has it bleat about
not finding the gb XKB map).
Apart from that, it's bog standard XFree86 4, which IMO is a good
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