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Remote Access to Solaris Machine with GUI (CDE) from Win98

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How can I remotely login and accessing Solaris server with GUI interface (CDE) from my pc (Win98)?

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You need to have an X emulaot for a PC, have a look at:

http://oldlook.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Unix/Q_20667765.html
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xmanager gives you full on solaris cde. It has an evalution period but keeps on working fine after it expires.
http://www.xmanager.com
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