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X-Windows emulators on Win95

Posted on 2000-03-28
Last Modified: 2010-04-20
    can someone tell me where can i get a good X-Windows emulator to run on win95, it as to be free ans easy of use. We don't have enough time to install Linux on my Laptop and i have to develop a software on CodeWarrior who is installed on the Linux Server.... I've tried a evaluation copy of XWin32 by StarNet Comm.  but it seems there would be modification to make on the server wich i can't do...... so if someone can give me hand here.... time is running out.......thanks
Question by:David MacDonald
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Expert Comment

ID: 2664607
Check out VNC at www.uk.research.att.com/vnc it's free and it works through a browser.  You can go from linux to Windows and/or vice-versa.


Author Comment

by:David MacDonald
ID: 2664713
Thanks, i'll check it out and see if it does the thing...

Accepted Solution

kiffney earned 90 total points
ID: 2664807
I don't know of a free one.  MI/X's X client/server costs $25 and is at


Free download, 15 day trial.  I tried the older version and it worked fine.

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by:David MacDonald
ID: 2665405
Thanks to both of you.... I finally decide to stick with XWin32, but i've tried the three of them.....

Thanks again!!!

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