On Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 02:46:35PM +0100, Nick Copeland wrote:
> Fons, you are tripping up over your own arguments here. Firstly you state that a
X11 hides the hardware and allows the app to be independent of it, just as do
Jack for audio, sockets for networking, etc. Do you suggest that I should not
use Jack or sockets because e.g. Windows doesn't have them (natively) ?
> This is a contradiction
It isn't. X does abstract the HW. And even more.
> and, for example, just because I know
And how does Bristol run remotely but with a local display if not by either
X forwarding, or having some ad-hoc code to split the app into two parts ?
The latter has to be redone for each and every application, if you ever
want to use it remotely.
> > If 'a generation of users' is any reference, we should just forget about
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