Xstart helps you to run a remote X application.
Once you have created an Xstart session, you can bring a
remote X application on your Windows with a single
From the Xmanager folder, run Xstart.
RESULT: The Xstart window opens, as shown in the figure
RESULT: A New Session dialog
box appears, as you see below.
Enter a new session name, and click OK.
In the Host box, enter the hostname or IP address of the
remote UNIX/Linux host.
In the Protocol box, select an appropriate protocol that
is available on the host. The TELNET protocol is appropriate
for most hosts.
To set up protocol-specific options such as port and time-out,
In the User Name box, enter the user account on the
In the Password box, enter the password of the user
In the Execution Command box, enter a command that will
be executed on the host. For example, enter the following to run an
/usr/bin/X11/xterm -ls -display
RESULT: An xterm window opens, as you see below.
If you experience any problem in using Xstart, visit our
support page at: http://www.netsarang.com/support/main.html
Most problems are caused by a firewall configuration on your
systems and network. So, you may need to consult your system
administrator to solve the problems.