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Re: Graphical Telnet Client

What you need is a Windows X server. This is a problem as perhaps
the only ones available are all commercial ones, costing many a dollar.

The alternative would be VNC. You run vnc on the server on a different
X instance, and use a windows VNC client to access X apps on the

The cons are, for every user you would need a X instance, which would
soon bring down the computer, if it is not as robust as a bull.

- Sandip

On Mon, Jul 09, 2001 at 06:17:28AM -0700, harshal vaidya merrily said:
> Hi ,
>   I generally work on linux by telneting a server thru
> windows.
>   Consequently i have to work on the command prompt
> only.
>   Are there any Graphical Telnet clients so that we
> can work
>   in a graphical environment with KDE and GNOME and
> the like?
>   It wud be cool working on Windows with a Linux like
> Graphical Interface.

Sandip Bhattacharya 
sandipb @ bigfoot.com