A proprietary implementation of the X Window System for Windows computers. X-Win32 allows remote display of UNIX/Linux windows on Windows machines as a normal window.
Note: This software can be downloaded multiple times and does not limit the number of installations.
X-Win32 is an X terminal application which allows PC users to connect their Windows-based computer to a Linux or UNIX server. It allows X application programs located on other computers on the local area network to connect to your computer, and will use your computer to display the results.
X-Win32 is available to UB Students, Faculty, and Staff in both the 21 and 2019 versions.
You must have an active account on a system running Unix/Linux to use X-Win32.
1. From Downloads, right-click win_xwin32-21_20220721.zip and select Extract all.
2. Run X-Win32 21.msi
3. Launch X-win 32 21
4. Start Connection
5. When licensing wizard opens; select License your copy using an activation key
6. Open X-win32_LicenseKey.txt file which was extracted in Step 1. to obtain license key