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maybe somewhat off-topic, but recently i found a nice x-server that
does a fine job connecting to colinux. it may be a convenient
replacement for cygwin.
The server was a commercial product that only very recently (august
1.) has been released as freeware. 'managed' window integration is
you can download it from http://www.pexus.com/
hope this is of help for someone,
I tried it on Win2K, 1.7G processor, 1G memory, 1024x768. It came
up fine and I was able to run it, but it was very slow. I could type
in a whole sentace in firefox before the text started showing up.
Neither the xload on colinux or the task manager in W2K seemed to
indicate what the hold up was. I'm using bridged networking, but
that's what I use with cygwin, and it's lots faster.
Does anyone have a tip for speeding things up?
On Tue, 24 Aug 2004 23:37:35 +0200, Rene Tegel <meindert@...> wrote:
> Hi list,
> maybe somewhat off-topic, but recently i found a nice x-server that
> does a fine job connecting to colinux. it may be a convenient
> replacement for cygwin.
> The server was a commercial product that only very recently (august
> 1.) has been released as freeware. 'managed' window integration is
> you can download it from http://www.pexus.com/
> hope this is of help for someone,
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