[SunRescue] What to use for Windoze or Linux X Terminal...
scohen - Stephen Cohen
scohen at acxiom.com
Thu Aug 17 09:09:41 CDT 2000
We use Exceed on WinNT and Win9x. It is able to receive X output from
Solaris, Linux on Intel, Linux on SPARC, and Digital OSF. In addition, the
package has several Unix-like utilities like ping, telnet, ftp, and more.
There is a competing product from a company based in Seattle - but for the
life of me I can no longer remember it. It performed equally to Exceed.
From: Mike Hebel [mailto:druaga at pmail.net]
Sent: Thursday, August 17, 2000 8:56 AM
To: Rescue at Sunhelp. Org
Subject: [SunRescue] What to use for Windoze or Linux X Terminal...
Got a question: What would be the best piece of software to use on a
Windows box as an X-Terminal for Solaris? What about on Linux?
I'm more than a little clueless on how to set this up but what I have is a
few Sun boxes (IPC/IPX/SS2) that will be running several OSs including
Solaris. I don't have a Sun monitor right now and will most likely not be
buying one for several months. What's the best solution? I don't need X
for the ones running NetBSD because they aren't running X but I would like
to run X on the SS2 with Solaris 7. (I just got the full server version in
here yesterday along with two boxes of Solaris 8)
Regardless anybody have any good suggestions?
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