[GRASSLIST:2198] RE: PROGRAMING GRASS LINUX-WINDOWS
coopl at ippc2.orst.edu
Sun Jul 29 04:08:42 EDT 2001
You want to do this with a windows xserver program to access any old
unix xprogram over a network.
Starnet has some good educational prices I believe. There used to be a
free one floating around.
VNC is free and might also work well for this need. GRASSLINKS would
limit GRASS use to pre-scripted options only.
From: owner-GRASSLIST at baylor.edu
[mailto:owner-GRASSLIST at baylor.edu]On Behalf Of Juan Carlos
Sent: Saturday, July 28, 2001 9:04 AM
To: GRASSLIST at baylor.edu
Subject: [GRASSLIST:2194] PROGRAMING GRASS LINUX-WINDOWS
Firstly, excuse me by my English. I am Spanish.
I want to do any questions. I am new in Geographic Information
have a net with 5 PC's, one of them in Linux (Debian) and the
other ones in
Windows 98. I have installed GRASS in the PC with Linux and I want
others PC's can access to the PC with Linux to obtain the
cartography of the GIS (with a application developed by me with
The questions are:
- Is it possible?
- How can I do it?
- What I need to do it?
Moreover I want ask to you for documentation about GIS, mainly
projects developed with GIS and how these projects have been
Thank you very much,
Entomology Dept & Integrated Plant Protection Center
Oregon State University
Corvallis OR 97331-2907
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