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Old 06-20-2011, 06:05 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Fracker View Post
Remaining three steps..

2. Open Xmanager (passive)
start--> programs --> Xmanager -- Xmanger - Passive
3. run command on the server "export DISPLAY=you.r.ip.add:0.0
putty --> login-- export DISPLAY=you.r.ip.address:0.0
4. java -jar jarfile.jar
Simply type
Hi friends I can do it with XManager Enterprise 4 but I want to run my jar file without XManager i.e. by command prompt
How I can do it??
Help me please.....
 
Old 06-21-2011, 02:57 AM   #32
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There are many tools like

Xming
Xwin32
CYGWIN

which can be used instead of XManager, but Xmanager is easy which is why i recommended that one.
 
  


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