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RE: X app on multiple displays

well one more thing can be done i think
Running VNC(Virtual network computing ) server at one end and making all
workstations as VNC clients
'll get VNC X screen on all VNC clients , and you can restrict mouse on
workstations so they can't interact with session just see the screen ..


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Sent: Friday, September 29, 2000 1:08 PM
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Subject: Re: [LIP] X app on multiple displays

	Won't work...Xlib does not use a one way protocol, what happens to
the responses the server makes to the client?


> program on 'A' with DISPLAY variable set to any one machine of 'B'-'Z'.
Point is
> it has to go to the network.
> The machines 'B'-'Z' should listen to and accept the broadcast traffic
from that
> machine, even if it's not destined to to them. Maybe put your network card
> promiscuous mode. Ugly hack indeed. What do you people think? Will this
>  Bye
>   Shridhar

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