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 Is there any way to emulate X-terminal?
There is a program I would like to use, but it must be run on a X
terminal.

Is there any way to have my PC emulate X terminal just as it emulates VT
100? (I connect to the school network via modem.) Can I do it without
installing Linux?



 Sun, 22 Jun 1997 07:13:28 GMT   
 Is there any way to emulate X-terminal?
In article <1995Jan3.231328.18...@news.snu.ac.kr>
drc...@power1.snu.ac.kr (Won Bok Lee) writes:
|> There is a program I would like to use, but it must be run on a X
|> terminal.
|>
|> Is there any way to have my PC emulate X terminal just as it emulates VT
|> 100? (I connect to the school network via modem.) Can I do it without
|> installing Linux?

You just need an X server for your PC, Xfree86 is one, PC Xware is
another, I am sure that there are may more.

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 Sun, 22 Jun 1997 15:54:08 GMT   
 Is there any way to emulate X-terminal?
Won Bok Lee (drc...@power1.snu.ac.kr) wrote:

1.  There are a lot of X terminal emulators running under MS Windows, to name
a few:  NetManage, PC/X-WARE and Reflection/X.  They all run on TCP/IP over
Ethernet.

2.  To get an X connection over phone line, we need to run some kind of serial
line internet protocols like PPP/SLIP...  If your modem is slower than 9600 baud,
we can probably forget about it because it would be way too slow.



 Tue, 24 Jun 1997 05:00:06 GMT   
 
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