WindX allows you to use a graphical user interface to connect to a server running a ProvideX-based software package.
For more details and user comments, view the versions of this application
|Version||Description||Latest Rating||Latest Wine version tested||Test results||Comments|
|5.01 Standalone||Win95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP : x86 (32 bit)||Garbage||0.9.59.||1||0|
|6.20 Standalone||Win95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP : x86 (32 bit)||Platinum||1.3.11||1||0|
Command Line Options HOWTO
To launch PVX applications like FACTS you must use the command line options like would be contained in a Windows alias. For example:
wine /path/to/pvxwin32.exe *ntslave -id=$USER -arg 192.168.1.2 SSIWDX 10100
This would be the CLI options you would use for FACTS 7.5. For your version, installing the client on a Windows machine allows you to find the needed command line options by reading the details of the Windows alias that will be created. You can use environment variables like $USER and they are quite useful. For FACTS I can easily distinguish the person running it because of the $USER variable.