Rui.Carmo "at" ip.pt
Wed, 03 Jun 1998 17:40:51 +0000
Er... I had the URL for Cygwin32 around, but must have lost it when I =
switched machines. As I recall, it's a set of compatibility libraries to =
port Unix apps to NT. There was even someone brave enough to port =
Just one thing, though, that keeps puzzling me:
The likely usage of such an X server would be to run it locally on an NT =
machine and send X applications from Unix machines to it - and run =
vncviewer locally to see that X display, right?
Now, as I recall, vncviewer does NOT allow connections to localhost, =
Would this be a good reason to rethink this well-meant "feature"?
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-vnc-list "at" orl.co.uk [mailto:owner-vnc-list "at" orl.co.uk]On
> Behalf Of Mac Reiter
> Sent: Wednesday, June 03, 1998 16:38
> To: vnc-list "at" orl.co.uk
> Subject: Cygwin32 VNCserver
> Quite possibly this is the wrong place to ask, so I'll keep it short.
> Does anyone have the current link to the Cygwin32 port of=20
> VNCserver (Xvnc on Win32, apparently)? My browser says it can't=20
> find the machine in the link at www.orl.co.uk/vnc/contrib (could=20
> be a nameserver issue, but other stuff seems to be working fine).
> In trying to get information about Cygwin32, I felt that I had=20
> been left out of some large "everybody knows about that" topic...=20
> I can't find info about what Cygwin32 is, where to get it, or=20
> anything else. I also ran across something called V or VGUI,=20
> which seems to be related, but I couldn't get any meaningful info=20
> on that, either... Any tips?
> Mac Reiter