[oclug] X11 Windows client needed
rod at giffinscientific.com
Wed Nov 10 09:06:15 EST 2004
On Wed, November 10, 2004 8:18 am, Matthew Wilcox said:
> On Tue, Nov 09, 2004 at 04:00:37PM -0500, Brian's Linux Box wrote:
>> On Tuesday, November 9, 2004, at 03:40 PM, Robert Brockway wrote:
>> > what you are looking
>> >for, for MS-Windows) is an X server not an X client.
>> Which might explain why my web searches were turning up poor results
>> X serves up the video so to speak....
>> Thanks for the correction.
> You should now be in the appropriate frame of mind to read
Oh lord, I remember those days. The last time I LIKED developing in a
Window based GUI, it was Macintosh System 6. Everything developed since
then on any platform has been successive layers of lurg(1).
(1) Lurg - noun. Opposite of Scunge. Scunge is the stuff that forms at
the top a sink load of soaking dishes in a university student's kitchen
after a few weeks. Lurg is the stuff that leeches out of the scunge, and
gathers at the bottom of the sink. It tends to form in layers.
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