On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 10:45:47AM -0400, Alvin Starr via talk wrote: > If the linux on windows does not directly support a graphical interface then > there may be other solutions. > > Once upon a time there was an xserver that would run on windows but I don't > know if such a thing still exists. > But if it does then it should be possible to run up xdm and connect in from > the windows xserver.
There are people that have used Xming and cygwin X and such, and it does work fine with it. > Another possible solution would be vncserver which I do use on a number of > headless systems. > It is not super fast but works for what I need it for. > > It would be interesting to know if these would actually work on linux on > windows and it would make for a good test of how complete the linux > implementation is. > > Is linux on windows as good(bad) as Wine on linux? I would say it works a lot better than wine, but of course it isn't trying to handle graphics. Some network stuff doesn't work, but in general it is quite useful. -- Len Sorensen --- Talk Mailing List firstname.lastname@example.org https://gtalug.org/mailman/listinfo/talk