A. A GUI-based interface that runs on a Linux box and allows Windows to be booted on
top of the Linux operating system.
B. A GUI-based program that runs on the Windows platform and allows Linux to view the
localhost with a simulated Windows desktop.
C. A multiple platform program that connects one machine type to another using each
machine's native GUI.
D. A GUI-based program common to most X Window systems that allows for some
advanced features (i.e., colored xterms)
Which of the following is not true about Virtual Network Computing?
What would the following command do?
mail root -s html < /var/html.access_log