mfro wrote:Probably you'll be rather disappointed.
The X-Windows protocol was fine when the average Motif application consisted of a handful of buttons and pulldowns.
Modern applications (like e.g. Firefox) are worlds apart and way off the capabilities of your TT to be usable (even slow on modern machines and GBit networks).
You will take a few screenshots (or maybe not, these don't even look good on the limited colour-depth of your Atari) and drop it, I'm afraid.
I wouldn't be disappointed because I'm well aware of what the capabilities are.
The sad thing is that Firefox itself is a little heavy, but just browsing simple pages isn't too bad, it's the ones that are heavily written in java script and flash that just make everything chug. That or running it on Windows 10 which I swear recently has purposefully gimped Firefox...
I use Linux for almost everything these days, looking at old crusty Unix is just a curiosity for me at this point. There are some others that i work with that are keen to playing around with it though!
Atari 8Bits: 800xl, 600xl, XEGS, 800, 130xe, 130xe (VBXE, U1MB, Stereo POKEY)
Atari STs: 1040STf (broken shifter), 1040STe, Mega STe, TT030, Falcon (CT60e, SuperVidel)