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Category Interoperability
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Author's Name JCraft
Homepage www.jcraft.com/wiredx/
Compatibility JDK 1.2
Published
Fri Jun 02, 2006 12:59 am

Description


WiredX enables you to allow access to UNIX/X applications from all web browsers with Java2 Plug-in and WiredX-Lite enables you to allow access to UNIX/X applications from web browsers(without Java Plug-in), like IE and Netscape.


Features

  • WiredX is written in pure Java.
    Its byte-codes measure about 200KBytes in JAR format.
  • WiredX depends on Java2(JDK1.2).
    WiredX-Lite, which depends on JDK 1.1.*, is also available. We have also provided JXPie, which runs on PersonalJavaTM.
  • WiredX accepts X window protocols(X11R6.3), directly.
  • WiredX doesn't need a proxy program.
    Some Javanized X servers have existed already. They, however, need a proxy program, which translates X protocols to their own proprietary protocols.
  • The Copy & Paste operate between WiredX and native window system are supported.
  • XDMCP, REXEC has been supported.
  • Anti-Aliasing Text has been supported.
  • Built-in screen savers has been supported.
    Some sample screen savers, which lists headlines of Segfault.org, Linux Today, slashdot.org and freshmeat.net are available.
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Popularity 5/5: Very Popular
Downloads 34
Page Views 2070

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