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Does anyone know where and how to get the cxterm shell or the source code for it (and how to implement them on an unix machine)?
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There is cmxterm (cxterm for motif). It comes with all sources and installation for Unix. A possible source is:

http://irpslibrary.ucsd.edu/software/x-win/cxterm/

However in the README file it says:
"You need X11R5 and motif 1.2.1 to compile."

Since you give details about your "unix machine" I can't say whether it will install on your system.

Hope this helps

      Peter (pxh@mpe-garching.mpg.de)

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by:deanyeh
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I'm curently on a time-shareing system and most of the time I log on an Ultra-Sparc II or sometimes a HP-UX machine.  Can I still be able to use the cmxterm?

Peter: Try again and you shall get the points
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What's the problem?  The package I suggested has to be in stalled on the Unic machine (Sparc and/or HP). You will have to compile it on both. Then you can user it locally on those machine or export it to any X server. Ultra Sparc and HP-UX should both support Motif.

Peter

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dliu earned 100 total points
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I know a program named cxterm and installed it myself long time ago. Hope it is the one you are looking for.
Check it out at: http://www.ifcss.org/ftp-pub/software/x-win/cxterm/


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