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Easy fifteen for a list of Win32s X-Servers I don't know of....

Posted on 1998-08-24
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I know of the following:

Xwin32
Netmanage's
OpenNT
and MIX95...

Fifteen points for three other suggestions or one freeware suggestion besides MIX.
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by:JYoungman
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Hummingbird make one (they call it eXceed).
There's also Oliveti's VNC (which isn't exactly an X server).

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by:richrussell
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VNC is brilliant, the client is a single file 178K long. There's even a single floppy bootable linux SVGA version. It works cross platform too, so you can connect to your NT or 95 box as well.

http://www.orl.co.uk/vnc
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by:wbellman
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VNC is interesting but it's closer to PC Anywhere than X...  The prize is for X Window servers.  Exceed's pretty cool, you get snaps for that one.
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by:pablocosta
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xceed is pretty cool but it is pretty expensive too...
it comes packed with very nice unix utilities for 95/nt
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by:wbellman
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Yea... I remember looking at that one..  Their OpenGL pipe works well too.
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by:somberlain
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Just go to:

http://omni.cc.purdue.edu/~xniu/winsock/win95/xwin.htm

He's got like 6 servers there.  I guess now since the GIMP has been ported to win32/Xserver theres a good reason to use one of those Xservers if your stuck with a windows box.
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laeuchli earned 30 total points
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goto this site:http://www.rahul.net/kenton/xsites.framed.html It has a lot on X windows and has x servers.
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Wow that site rules.  Very helpful.  Thanks.
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