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==Mac (Mac OS X)==
 
==Mac (Mac OS X)==
From a Mac OS X machine the setup is similar to FreeBSD, however, to enable this capability other software may need to be installed. X11 is included on your OS X install discs, (but is not installed by default) likely part of the Xcode development kit. Install the Xcode and X11 and you should be able to start up an X server so you can display apps running on your PC-BSD/FreeBSD machine on your Mac.
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From a Mac OS X machine the setup is similar to FreeBSD, however, to enable this capability other software may need to be installed. X11 is included on your OS X install discs, (but is not installed by default). Install X11 and you should be able to start up an X server so you can display apps running on your PC-BSD/FreeBSD machine on your Mac.

Revision as of 20:18, 4 June 2011

Remote X

One source of info

General X info at wikipedia

What seems to be the most related info in the FreeBSd handbook

Access X from windows


Mac (Mac OS X)

From a Mac OS X machine the setup is similar to FreeBSD, however, to enable this capability other software may need to be installed. X11 is included on your OS X install discs, (but is not installed by default). Install X11 and you should be able to start up an X server so you can display apps running on your PC-BSD/FreeBSD machine on your Mac.

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