Re: Best way of determining if an X server is remote?

On Wed, Nov 15, 2006 at 06:10:14PM -0800, Ian King [ES] wrote:
> Hi,
> Can anyone recommend a good way of determining whether the X server is
> located on a machine different than that of the X client?  This is
> needed to prevent bandwidth hogging operations such as double-buffering
> from occurring in our application if the display is remote.  Thanks in
                                           ^^^^^^^\__ check for DISPLAY :-)
> advance to anyone with some insight.

William Park <opengeometry yahoo ca>, Toronto, Canada
ThinFlash: Linux thin-client on USB key (flash) drive
BashDiff: Super Bash shell

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