getting cygwin for windows
When I am away from home, I don't have Linux, but I would like to run my favorite Linux programs and a ssh server. I have looked up cygwin and found 4 different types. There is one made by redhat, one called cygwin x, cygnome, and another one. What is the differences? I thought there was only one cygwin, so I was going to download it, but now I know there is several. I want to run Linux gui programs in Windows too. What is the difference between cygwin/x and cygnome?
Last edited by fakie_flip; 03-08-2006 at 10:44 PM.