Not more than proof of concept OK, it works like the website says, it does run xterm. If that is all you want it is great. Unfortunately it lacks font support. The first application I tried to run bombed with a X_OpenFont not supported message.
exactly what i needed no issues, and i believ it should work with some app that allows you to use a remote xserver as an extra display, i certainly hope it does...
Its bad Won't do what it says....screw up
Good Use it its usefull
Does the job. Nice effort to implement a native X server on Android. The connect-through-VNC thing is kind of a bummer, but the performance is still great compared to alternatives. Been running an openbox/lxde on it for a few days and still haven''t had a crash or any other kind of malfunction, and even though my Samsung Ace is too slow (and its screen too tiny) to make a practical use of most chrooted linux X apps, I think it'd be really useful for any tablet owner who wants to run a linux desktop on Android (Hint: In case you're planning to install Debian on your ARM Cortex device, I've heard armhf runs waaay faster than armel). Probably also useful to run X apps from a remote server. I give 5 star to its developer support (the documentation is kind of messy and minimalistic, though).
This version is no longer mantained.
You can find new versions in xnvcpro: X X11 Windows server, or use the qvdclient embedded X server using menu->Xvnc Console. <a href="http://theqvd.com">QVD</a> is a VDI platform which allows you, among other things, to bring Linux Apps to your phone.