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> I am running SuSE6.3 linux, its there in the LAN with KDE.
> But from windows , doing through telnet VT100 terminal emulation
> is bit painful ( not handy).
> Like recently i saw windows Terminal Emulators for 2000,
> like that any good X-clients available , which can run
> from windows boxes, and should emulate the screen like KDE or
> good graphical usage with mouse...
Actually, what you want is an X *SERVER* for Windows, not an X client.
(X clients are the programs that display information; X servers provide
a screen, keyboard, and mouse for X programs.) I believe there's a port
of XFree86 to Windows, but the last I checked it was pretty crude. Check
http://sources.redhat.com/cygwin/xfree/ for more information. The best
"bang for the buck" I've found in Windows X servers is Xmanager
(http://www.netsarang.com/products/xmanager.html). This product is $69
and does a remarkably good job, in my experience. You can try an
evaluation version. MicroImages has a comparison chart with links to
many others at http://www.microimages.com/mix/prices.htm. (They have one
for $25, but I've not used the 3.0 version, only older 1.x versions, and
they were pretty minimal.)
Another option is to use VNC
(http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/index.html). This doesn't use X
protocols for the Windows/Linux communication. Instead, it runs a
custom X server on the Linux box. This server doubles as a VNC server
to which a VNC client on the Windows box connects. VNC's biggest
advantage in this context is that it's free (GPLed, IIRC). It can also
be used to control Windows from Linux. VNC tends to be slower and have
more glitches than the better X servers, though.
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