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X Application Server System

X Application Server System (XASS) allows for the creation of 'application servers' and clients which request that applications be run on a server but displayed locally. Servers can be queried for an application or services can be broadcasted. Authentication is provided, and applications are run as the user who requested them, although this is configurable. It allows applications to be served in heterogeneous, load-balanced, or distributed environments.

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Recent releases

  •  11 Aug 2003 06:51

    Release Notes: The program now depends on LibDS. Functions that used to be included in ther XASS core are now in LibDS.

    •  06 Jan 2003 03:59

      Release Notes: This release is mainly a code cleanup in the hope of getting people using and testing the new code. It should be 100% compatible with 0.50.

      •  28 Nov 2002 03:14

        Release Notes: This release includes significant bugfixes and security enhancements, as well as failure fallback, prioritisation, true load balancing, some switches, and better reporting. Servers can be configured to not offer when under load or when too many instances of a user/group/application are running; names are used instead of numbers, and applnk directory trees can be shared dynamically.

        •  29 Oct 2002 05:45

          Release Notes: This release incorporates syslogging, the ability to daemonise properly, port configurability, application argument support, and argument and environment substitution. There were also bugfixes, a new troubleshooting guide, and Autoconf 2.53 compatibility.

          •  22 Oct 2002 07:42

            Release Notes: This release introduces flexible environment settings for applications and filters for specifying different rules for each application, as well and bugfixes, portability fixes, and documentation fixes.


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