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PcXware

I heard about a server-client system called pcxware that allow a win95 computer to remote control a linux host running xwindows.
Where can I download this server and client? Am i correct at the description of the system? (I just heard about it)
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avi_shava
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dps96rCommented:
Xceed, PcXware, etc are X servers that run under windows. You can
run remote X clients and display them locally. Many have little
access control but apart from that they do the job--you can run remote
Xterms on Unicies and do stuff on them, run remote X apps, etc.

Vica-versa is a lot worse nf generslly fun due limitations of
Windows *.
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avi_shavaAuthor Commented:
where can I download it?
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jclfCommented:
There is a free X server for Macintosh, Windows 95 and NT at http://tnt.microimages.com/www/html/freestuf/mix/download.htm
I've not used it, but it's mentioned on the Cygnus GNU-WIN32 related sites page.

For more information, see http://tnt.microimages.com/www/html/freestuf/mix
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jindocudoCommented:
I have a source (Data CD), but It is too large to upload. My factory have a SCADA system on Unix SCO (Xwindows). All workstations access Xwindows through PCXWare.
If you want to have a source CD, please contact me saigon_bynight2003@yahoo.com
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