Kenny, Vale T on Fri, 9 Apr 1999 12:21:52 -0400 (EDT)

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RE: X through a telnet session?

Well, I just tried it, and oddly enough, the Xsession on the Linux box
started, not on the NT client.  Kinda freaky..

I know there are products out there that will run X on NT from *NIX servers,
Hummingbird being my favorite.
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	-----Original Message-----
	Sent:	Friday, April 09, 1999 12:01 PM
	Subject:	X through a telnet session?

	Is it possible run X through a telnet session?  If so, could
	someone send me to the documentation.
	What I am pondering is if it is possible to get X running
	through a telnet session, then is is possible to get Corel
	Word Perfect running as well.  My grand vision is to have
	the secretarial staff at the office telnet into the linux
	box that in turn will use samba to access the word
	processing documents.  The purpose of which is so that if
	one chooses, they connect to their ISP and telnet into the
	linux box start an x session and load Word Perfect for Linux
	so they can work from home on a weekend instead of slogging
	into the office. (Am I asking tooooo much :}


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