MI/X 3.0 now works with gnome

MI/X 3.0 is now available and it finally works with gnome
(Yaah!) If you're not familiar with MI/X, it's an X Server that
runs on Windows 9x/ME/2000/NT/whatever/anything-but-3.x.
You can use it to connect a Win machine to a Linux or other
Unix box.  New features in 3.0:

    Works with gnome (big one)
    Virtual screen size with scrolling and a nifty little 
        overview window
    Supports TrueType fonts. 
    XDM support for logging in to a remote machine
        (in 2.0 you had to telnet in and start things by hand)
Anyway, if you want to try it, go to 


There's a 15-day free trial and it's $25 if you want to run
it after that.

Thanks for all you guy's help in getting gnome to work on 

 -- Dave Williss
Meddle not in the affairs of dragons, 
   for you are crunchy and taste good with catsup

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