On Tru64 the default display is defined by the environment variable display. In shell it can be set as in the following example. DISPLAY=192.168.2.12:0.0 export DISPLAY The redirection can be checked by running a simple application like xclock: xlock As the result a clock should appear on the screen 0 at 192.168.2.12
No, AlphaVM does not emulate Tru64/Digital UNIX. AlphaVM emulates Alpha hardware and can run Tru64/Digital UNIX as the guest system. AlphaVM emulates the whole Alpha system with the CPU, memory, chipset, SCSI controllers disks, etc. OpenVMS runs on the AlphaVM virtual machine as on a real Alpha machine. AlphaVM can be used to replace a […]
Yes, AlphaVM is designed to run Tru64/Digital UNIX as the guest system. AlphaVM supports Tru64/Digital UNIX starting from 4.0a on Alphavm 2.x and 4.0e on AlphsVM 1.x.