From: Chris Higgins
Date: Fri 15 Jun 2001 - 11:57:33 IST
> Dave Neary wrote:
> > Why would you want an xclient for Win32? Are you sure you don't mean an
> > X server?
> Maybe I've got my terminology mixed up.
> I see the Xserver running on a Linux box, and students connecting
> to this using software running on WinNT; I'm calling that the
> x-client (probably incorrectly).
X-server is attached to a video card..
X-client is part of an application.
Are you saying that you want to run Word (or similar), and have the output
on a Linux X screen ?
Or are you saying that you want to run xeyes on the Linux machine and
show it to people who are using Windows machines ?
> Thanks for all the replies. I'm going to look into Cygwin and MI/X.
> > You could try MI/X at http://www.microimages.com/mix/, but I don't know
> > how good it is.
> > Cheers,
> > Dave.
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