We'll be using X410.dev as a dedicated website for all X410 related contents. Currently available how-to guides and posts about X410 at Token2Shell.com will be moved to this new website as well. X410.dev will also host other topics that focus on creating a work environment that seamlessly combines Windows and Linux/Unix-like operating systems. When we […]
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X410 supports VSOCK (virtual socket) for Hyper-V virtual machines. You can use this feature to open Linux GUI apps side by side with Windows apps instead of on Hyper-V consoles. We prepared a new quick guide for trying this out: Quick Testing VSOCK (Hyper-V) Support in X410
X410 version 2.7.0 is submitted to Microsoft Store and should be available soon! Here are some of its highlights. Just like plain text, you can now also share images (BMP/PNG) and HTML text between Windows and Linux GUI apps via clipboard. X410 natively recognizes and transfers raw image data in BMP and PNG formats. However, […]
X410 version 2.6.0 is now available in Microsoft Store! Here are some of its highlights. X410 can now be used with Hyper-V Linux virtual machines for opening their GUI desktop via VSOCK (virtual socket).By using VSOCK, you don't need to worry about configuring firewall or IP address. As X410 seamlessly supports Windowed Apps mode and […]
The new version 2.0 has been submitted to Microsoft Store and should be available soon. The following summarizes the new features and improvements added in 2.0. ▬ Consumes less memory When X410 is launched in 'Windowed Apps' mode it now only consumes less than 10MB. More memory will be used as you open more new […]
Login Agent now supports manually pre-loading the public keys on PIV smart cards (ex. YubiKey 4/Neo). This can be handy when you want to test your PIV smart card without creating an Address Book entry. It can also be used to cache the PIN for your PIV smart card even when you disabled the "Cache […]
PIV smart cards (ex. YubiKey 4/Neo) are now natively supported for the SSH public key user authentication. When you want to use a PIV smart card for SSH, simply select one of the virtual "<piv-card>" private key files. You can also copy OpenSSH public keys directly off a PIV smart card and conveniently set up […]
Want to run Linux GUI apps from Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL)? Try X410, our brand new X server for Windows 10! X410 is hassle free. You can install X410 directly from Microsoft Store and get it swiftly ready for your X server needs. In X410, you don't have to deal with mysterious command-line options; X410 […]
Address Book now has a 'Private Key Wizard' for easily adding an SSH session file with the public-key user authentication. You just need to enter your server address and drag-and-drop a private key! When Token2Shell detects a change in the host key for the connecting server, it now provides an option for directly updating the […]
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- X410.dev is now live! See how you can seamlessly use Linux GUI apps in Windows 10 with X410!March 5, 2020
- Pull your Linux GUI apps out of Hyper-V consoles! Run them like Windows apps with X410 over VSOCK!November 11, 2019
- You can now seamlessly copy and paste an image between Windows and Linux GUI apps with X410October 9, 2019