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FYI - there are Mac and PC based versions of NCSA Mosaic (what you're
calling XMosaic is actually NCSA Mosaic for X).  These run under MacOS
and Windows, respectively.  Also, it is possible to run X clients via
asynch lines and get reasonable performance using the XRemote protocol -
built into terminal servers.
 
Bill
 
On Sep 21,  2:03pm, Jim Hart wrote:
} Subject: Re: XMosaic
} >You're planning to run XMosaic on a unix internet host, right?
}
} Yes.
}
} > And this
} >will allow your dialup users to run XMosaic clients (without SLIP or PPP)?
}
} No.  the X in XMosaic stands for XWindows, which is a
} windowing-over-a-network protocol in which the traditional notion of
} "client" and "server" seems reversed.  The "server" is the device which
} manages the windowing and mouse-interface.  It could be an X-terminal,