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How to run X11 native client in Go-Global UNIX 2.1.1
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TOPIC: How to run X11 native client in Go-Global UNIX 2.1.1
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How to run X11 native client in Go-Global UNIX 2.1.1 13 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 0
How to run the native client on Go-Global UX 2.1.1

In the release Note it says the package includes native client. Where is it?

How to run?



RELEASE NOTES
GO-Global UX 2.1.1
February 13, 2004

(c) GraphOn Corporation, 1997-2004. All rights reserved.

**************************************************************************
* Use of GO-Global UX is subject to the terms detailed in the license *
* agreement accompanying it. *
* *
* Before installing GO-Global UX, read the Quick Start Guide or consult *
* the Installation section in the GO-Global UX Administrator's Guide. *
**************************************************************************

CONTENTS:

1. WHAT'S NEW
2. PROBLEMS FIXED SINCE VERSION 2.1.0
3. KNOWN PROBLEMS
4. TROUBLESHOOTING AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT


1. WHAT'S NEW IN VERSION 2.1.1

A. Additional Platforms Supported

RedHat 9 and RedHat Enterprise are now supported by GO-Global UX.
Solaris 9 is now supported by GO-Global UX.

B. Native X11 client

A native X11 client is now available for all Unix platforms supported
by the GO-Global UX host software.
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Re: How to run X11 native client in Go-Global UNIX 2.1.1 13 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 6
Lin,

The native X clients are included as part of the distribution package and upon installation, located inside the /usr/local/graphon/htdocs directory.

All native clients are also available from our website at:

http://www.graphon.com/download/client.shtml

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