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How to Install and Use Xming 7 5 0 30 Setup 15 on Windows


How to Install and Use Xming 7 5 0 30 Setup 15 on Windows




Xming is a free and open-source X Window System server for Microsoft Windows. It allows you to run graphical applications that are designed for Linux or Unix on your Windows machine. Xming 7 5 0 30 Setup 15 is the latest version of Xming that supports Windows XP and later.


Xming 7 5 0 30 Setup 15



In this article, we will show you how to install and use Xming 7 5 0 30 Setup 15 on your Windows computer. You will need to download the Xming installer from the official website, and then follow the steps below.


Step 1: Run the Xming Installer




After downloading the Xming installer, double-click on it to launch it. You will see a welcome screen like this:


Click on Next to continue. You will see a license agreement screen like this:


Read the license agreement carefully and click on I Agree if you accept it. You will see a components selection screen like this:


You can choose which components you want to install. The default selection is recommended for most users. Click on Next to continue. You will see a destination folder screen like this:


You can choose where you want to install Xming. The default location is C:\Program Files\Xming. Click on Next to continue. You will see a start menu folder screen like this:


You can choose where you want to create shortcuts for Xming. The default location is Xming. Click on Next to continue. You will see a ready to install screen like this:


Click on Install to start the installation process. You will see a progress screen like this:


Wait for the installation to finish. You will see a completion screen like this:


Click on Finish to exit the installer. You have successfully installed Xming on your Windows machine.


Step 2: Run Xming




To run Xming, you can either click on the Xming shortcut in your start menu or desktop, or run the xming.exe file from the installation folder. You will see an icon in your system tray like this:


This means that Xming is running in the background and waiting for connections from remote graphical applications.


Step 3: Connect to Remote Graphical Applications




To connect to remote graphical applications, you will need to use an SSH client that supports X11 forwarding, such as PuTTY or MobaXterm. You will also need to enable X11 forwarding on the remote server by editing the /etc/ssh/sshd_config file and setting X11Forwarding yes.


For example, if you want to connect to a Linux server with the IP address 192.168.1.100 and run the xclock application, you can do the following:


  • Open PuTTY and enter the IP address of the remote server in the Host Name field.



  • Go to Connection > SSH > X11 and check the Enable X11 forwarding box.



  • Click on Open to start the SSH session.



  • Enter your username and password when prompted.



  • Type xclock in the terminal and press Enter.



You should see a clock window appear on your Windows 29c81ba772


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