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How to run xwindows from the Client Machine

 
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Hai,
Can any one help me, how to run xwindows in my client machine.
I have got linux server and client machine with win2000. I used to connect my linux server using telnet.
From my client machine(win2000) I want to run xwindows of my linux server, for that what are all the methods i have to do.
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SasiKumar
 
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I use Exceed from Hummingbird. www.hummingbird.com
James.
 
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You may also want to check www.tucows.com: there are client x-windows packages you can download and try out for windows on tucows such as WinaXe (I've tried them out and I reckon WinaXe is the best of the ones offered from tucows - the demo version is limited to 30 minutes per connect but at only $90 for the full version it's a bargain and definitely worth upgrading).
However, I use Exceed predominantly at work and if you don't mind the extra cost (it's approx $350) that is an excellent package. My employer bought it for me so I wasn't concerned about the cost
 
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Hello,
use the 'virtual network computig(VNC) client and server to achieve your goal. its really cool and versatile.
vnc can be downloaded from www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/download.html
which is developed by AT&T. njoy

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