> I have 3 questions about X-windows:
> Is there a good graphical bases typewriter (not editor) in which
> i can write and layout text in x-windows, without using a bunch
> of codes as in e.g. latech.
A "typewriter" is a device that prints text straight onto paper.
I've never heard of this used to describe computer software.
I think you might be asking for a means to create formatted text
without having to use markup codes like*or troff. In other
words, you want a word processor for unix; there are some but not
I really think using an editor (emacs, vi, pico, whatever) to
just edit plain text and save it (no formatting codes) might be
what you are asking for. If you can clarify, we could answer
Quote:> Is it possible to make a telnet like connection in a MS windows
> based PC to a unix machine which is capable to run the X-windows
> system. So i could use for example Xmaple when I am sitting home
> where i dont have unix, but I do have a fast pc and internet.
Yes. You need an X Server for Win95.
Try eXodus, which has a great demo version at ftp://ftp.wpine.com
by White Pine software.
Quote:> Is there a special X-windows newsgroup?
Several. Try comp.sources.x and also:
comp.windows.x, comp.windows.x.announce, comp.windows.x.apps,
comp.windows.x.i386unix, comp.windows.x.intrinsics, comp.windows.x.motif