> Speaking of proxy services, is there such a thing as proxy Xwindows?
> I'd much rather just run a proxy xwindow client on the second
> machine, which behaves like a server to the third machine and a client
> to the first. Needless to say, it would log everything, as do all
> other proxy services.
I've got the framework for one put together (it doesn't log, but it does
ask the server owner for permission to connect each connection attempt).
It's got some bugs in the UI still.
I'm away for a week or so, but I'll go into it when I get back.
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