I’m looking for an X server for Windows (7).
Now, Xming is free, MobaXterm is reasonably priced (and has a free version available). I know Exceed and X-Win32 aren”t cheap.
Update: I’ve been using MobaXterm for a few days now and it is, in a word, amazing. Not only does it have builtin ssh and X11, it also does RDP and SFTP to the machine you ssh to. Great, great stuff. Also, it turns out X-Win32 has a hobbyist license (at $140 a pop) which I guess isn’t so shabby. But since MobaXterm works fine for me and has additional features I think I’ll stay with it and register it (€49).
Now you know.
Some oldskool stuff. Amiga Unix - was just barely released, I never knew anyone who had a copy, let alone run it. MS Lan Manager, the humble beginnings of Microsofts networking, though renamed now (I think) for the longest time the server parts of Windows were in lanman.exe. And yes, Lan Manager was made and released for OS/2. Microsoft had a UNIX once, Xenix. And last but not least, OpenStep on Solaris is still my preferred way to run Solaris. :)
In rapid succession I have added the following to my home system arsenal: Windows Server 2003 R2 (DNS, AD), Windows 7 (HP ProCurve Manager+ V4) and OS X 10.6 (Splunk). I think that will be enough for today.
Edit: Surprise of the day - you can’t firewall a HP PCM+ server.