PC Anywhere for Linux

Anybody know if there an equivalent for this software?  I heard of opening a X Windows from another PC but I do not know how to do it?  Any nice info on that.  Can it be done from a Windows machine?
wchanceAsked:
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jlevieCommented:
If we are talking about the same product, "PC Anywhere" is just a remote connection tool for windows-to-windows use. If what you want is to be able to run X application on a Unix/Linux box from a windows box, then "PC Anywhere" isn't what you need. For that you need an X server for the windows box. There are a number commercial vendors, such as Hummingbird, NCD, and others that have X servers for windows.
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DassaCommented:
Reflection X is also a very handy tool for this type of thing.  From WRQ - http://www.wrq.com/products/rxinfo.html
Description:
Integrates Windows desktops with graphical UNIX applications and connects to UNIX, OpenVMS, Unisys, and Linux hosts.

Certified for Windows 2000, Reflection X includes an integrated VT emulator and complies with the latest X protocols. Centralized management tools help control IT resources, while performance enhancements and support for OpenGL increase display speed and flexibility.
 

You can download a 60 day trial version.
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