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This may not actually be the case, since LXDE can usually run Gnome programs. It is possible that PHPStorm specifically calls functions only present in KDE and Gnome, but I have found some evidence of users getting JetBrains applications to run in LXDE (see below). It think that KDE and Gnome are only listed as "required" because they are the only ...


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What about xming? It is a x window manager for windows, that way you can be running programs on your Aix machine and display them on your windows box. That way you can continue with your work as if you were in Aix, use vi or whatever IDE you might like code::blocks or whatever. But if you are only going to use vi, gcc or the likes, with a simple ssh session ...



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