Yes, if your other machine supports the X11 protocol ;-)amin said:I want to extend the desktop of a Mac Pro. Can I use the Powerbook as a second display? I searched and the answer seems to be no, but if anyone knows a way, I'd love to hear it!
Sorry, I was more or less joking. The X11 protocol allows you to view the window of an application that you're running on another computer on your screen. However, this does only work when the application is written for X11 (as most Unix applications are). This doesn't allow you to enlarge your workspace, AND both computer must be switched on.amin said:What is the X11 protocol?
Edit - Okay I looked it up, and it doesn't look like it would help me with spanning anyway, would it?