I didn't read the doc mentioned, but this is the method i use daily.
1) start X-WIn on the win machine
2) telnet on the Linux machine
3) issue the command (on Linux Machine) "export DISPLAY=<Windows Machine
address>:0.0" (for example export DISPLAY=111.222.333.444:0.0 or export
4) launch, on Linux machine, the application you want (for example, if you
using gnome, launching "panel &" will cover Windows task with gnome task
Hi to all
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> Subject: Re: How to use X-Win32 5.0 to connect to linux.
> You can see http://www.linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/mini/Remote-X-Apps.html
> Thai wrote:
> > Hello everybody,
> > I've just downloaded X-Win32 5.0. But after a while I cannot connect to
> my linux box (running redhat
> > 6.0). Could you tell me steps to do it? Or where can I find a document
> about it in detail?
> > Thanks a lot.
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