X on Internet
lear at turbo.bio.net
Tue Feb 26 21:44:30 EST 1991
spam at iastate.edu (Begley Michael L) writes:
>[...]...X will be painful but nearly tolerable
>at 9600, and it actually passable at 19.2K. A couple of trailblazer modems
>running data compression will actually work reasonably well (assuming good
>telephone lines, of course).
Actually there is a new tool available called Xremote that distributes
the task of processing X protocol requests between a local UNIX system
and a remote X server (``remote'' being on the other end of some serial
connection; presumably anything acting like a terminal would do).
This is not unlike what Graphon and NCD do to improve serial line
I'll check into the availability of this software and get back to this
[lear at turbo.bio.net]
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