Link: How to Run Linux Applications On Your Mac

Linux is beloved by many around the world for its simplicity and ultimate customization Because it’s open source (and free!) many Mac users choose to run it as a virtual machine on VMWare, Parallels, or even Virtual Box. However, sometimes you might want to run a Linux-based application without having to jump through too many hoops. Using a SSH tool called X over SSH2, you can graphically load remote Linux apps and use them right on your Mac.

What You’ll Need:

>> Linux computer or virtual machine on a Mac
>> Apple X11 (Download Here)

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How to Run Linux Applications On Your Mac (MacLife)

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