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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. In the world of Windows* a wizard appears when the CD-ROM is inserted in a drive. The wizard presents a menu of reading documentation* running the X Server from the CD and installing the software to the hard drive. When the X server is run* a new window appears on the desktop. The window contains a command prompt that is used to connect to remote computers. It is possible to open up more command-line windows and use them to make more connections. When the user has finished and has closed all connections* the X server can be shut down by right-clicking an icon in the system tray. In the parlance of Unix* an X server is run from the CD. A secure shell (ssh) client is included* and it is configured to allow by default forwarding of graphics from X11 applications. Users run the ssh client to connect to the remote machine* and X11 graphics are forwarded automatically from X applications that are run. The X server is that by X.org* and the ssh client is openssh. The software is a set of Cygwin packages that have been installed and altered to run from CD* the Wizard's Apprentice and a few scripts that tie things together and provide the illusion that the XLiveCD is an application. Details are available in documentation that is provided on the CD
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Software that runs from CD is always slower than installed software. Performance of XLiveCD should be acceptable for evaluating software that runs on Unix systems. It is probably acceptable for occasional use* and some will find that it is unacceptable for everyday use. XLiveCD runs better on Windows XP/2000/NT systems than on Windows 98 systems. It can be a bit flaky on Windows 98 systems.