[Fwd: "Xtee"]

Kurt Seel kseel "at" utcorp.com
Mon, 30 Mar 1998 16:46:10 +0000


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Is this more along the lines you were thinking?
http://www.cs.brown.edu/software/xmx/alpha.html

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From: joel "at" exc.com (Dr. Joel M. Hoffman)
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>Check out the Xnest server which comes (I believe) with the R6 sources...
>>
>>I'm pretty sure that there are displayless display servers out there,
>>used for debugging.  One of these would be a good candidate to be
>>shared to vnc.

I've taken a brief look at Xnest, but I don't see how it will help.
It's just an X server that talks to xlib instead of real h/w.  It
still doesn't do any multiplexing.

-Joel
(joel "at" exc.com)



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