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eXceed on 98 to display UNIX desktop

eXceed on 98 to display UNIX desktop

eXceed on 98 to display UNIX desktop

(OP)
HI,

I'm trying to get eXceed 6.2 configured to display a full desktop session, rather than just an Xterm window.

I have been trying to use the 'XDMCP-broadcast' to connect to servers that I know are present and functioning (I have access to another computer which is pre-built and working fine).

My question is this; which files do I need to copy over from the pre-built machine to my new machine in order to get full desktop access in the same way ?

Cheers

Ian

"IF" is not a word it's a way of life

RE: eXceed on 98 to display UNIX desktop

(OP)
Sorted my own problem. Combination of creating a XCDMP hosts file and changing the broadcast address.

I withdraw my Q

Ian

"IF" is not a word it's a way of life

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