Turning 386 linux box into Xterm

Turning 386 linux box into Xterm

Post by Arthur And » Tue, 24 Dec 1996 04:00:00

Hello does anybody have any info on turning a box running Linux into an Xterm
I read the howto's but could not find any information on Xterm using
accept for one bought.


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It is considered a bad habit to crosspost too much, especially if
comp.os.linux.setup meets exactly the requirements for this post...

If you give them enough memory, of course. 8 MB will be a good start. More
is better. The processing power isn't that important under Linux, unless you
start doing heavy arithmetic.

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