XLiveCD – “XLiveCD allows users of Microsoft Windows to connect to remote Unix computers, run graphical applications and have the graphics displayed on their desktops. The software runs from the CD without being installed. XLiveCD was prepared by University Technology Services to facilitate use of research Unix systems at Indiana University by Windows users on campus.”

I finally downloaded this and tested it. Works great could be handy for the toolbox.

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  1. Chris says:


    Just wanted to wish you an awesome 2005 Josh. 2004 was good but god knows it wasn’t perfect. Just wanted to drop by and wish you well for the next year. Here’s to high uptimes and low server pings!


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