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Exporting an X window to multiple clients

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How do I export the display of an X window running on one HP UNIX machine to several client machines at the same time.  I know how to export to one client:
     export DISPLAY=<clientname>:0  (in ksh)
     setenv DISPLAY <clientname>:0  (in csh)
but I have not been able to figure out (using a variant of the commands above) how to export to multiple clients at the same time.  I have seen it done in a classroom setting before.  Does it require some additional software?
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