X-Win32 is too slow!

X-Win32 is too slow!

Post by west_wol » Mon, 26 Apr 2010 14:45:01


Hi all,
I configurated the RedHat Linux 9 allow remote X access.And, I install
X-Win32 in a Windows PC in LAN.
But,Z-Win32 is too slow to use!VNC is ok.
So,how can I do for it?
Many ThanX!
 
 
 

X-Win32 is too slow!

Post by jr441 » Mon, 26 Apr 2010 17:09:37

hi,


install Vmware, VirtualBox or somesuch on the RedHat machine and
virtualise Windows??

 
 
 

X-Win32 is too slow!

Post by Lew Pitche » Mon, 26 Apr 2010 23:46:57


>> >>> Hi all, >>> I configurated the RedHat Linux 9 allow remote X access.And, I >>> install >>> X-Win32 in a Windows PC in LAN. >>> But,Z-Win32 is too slow to use!VNC is ok. So,how can I do for it? >>> Many ThanX! >> >> If you're trying to access X apps on a Linux machine from MS via network, >> try Kenton Lee's X/Motif page - he lists a number of X products for MS - >> I was always partial to Xmgr since it allowed more than one connection. >> Xceed's Hummingbird was always very good - but expensive.

I'm partial to Xming (a FLOSS X server for Windows), in conjunction with
PuTTY (a FLOSS SSH client for Windows) and SSH's X11 forwarding facilities.


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X-Win32 is too slow!

Post by West Wol » Tue, 27 Apr 2010 16:45:19

Thank you for your reply!
But how can I download "Kenton Lee's X/Motif page "?
 
 
 

X-Win32 is too slow!

Post by ray » Tue, 27 Apr 2010 23:31:11


wget would do that - but you'd need to do a web search first to find it.




>>> >>>> Hi all, >>>> I configurated the RedHat Linux 9 allow remote X access.And, I >>>> install >>>> X-Win32 in a Windows PC in LAN. >>>> But,Z-Win32 is too slow to use!VNC is ok. So,how can I do for it? >>>> Many ThanX! >>> >>> If you're trying to access X apps on a Linux machine from MS via >>> network, try Kenton Lee's X/Motif page - he lists a number of X >>> products for MS - I was always partial to Xmgr since it allowed more >>> than one connection. Xceed's Hummingbird was always very good - but >>> expensive.
 
 
 

X-Win32 is too slow!

Post by Bill Marcu » Fri, 30 Apr 2010 01:11:14


Redhat 9? That's ancient, like Windows 98.


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