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I want to bring up the xwindows from my windows NT server. I am using Secure CRT to connect to the Sun Solaris 2.6. How do I bring up the windows on my NT machine.

Also, How do I find the hardware info from console, like CPU, Memory, HD, etc.

Sorry for dumb questions, but it has been a while I have worked with Unix
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wallstreetx,

You basically need some kind of X server running on your NT workstation such as 'Exceed' from hummingbird product which is what I'm using now with Secure CRT.

On Solaris 2.6

To find Memory
   dmesg | grep mem

To find CPU info

   /usr/platform/sun4u/sbin/prtdiag or
   /usr/sbin/psrinfo [-v]

To find HD info

   /etc/prtconf or
   /etc/prtconf -V

To show tunable parameters
   /etc/sysdef

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