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ref: 60ecd07e6d3f5786c8723dc9172c35d580fdadc8
parent: fb7dd4b3a868cb8987049c95bb32e6425a73c8b9
author: henesy <devnull@localhost>
date: Wed Apr 8 17:42:50 EDT 2020

s/Ubuntu/Linux/ in INSTALL to be in line with new docker files

--- a/INSTALL	Wed Apr  8 17:35:41 2020
+++ b/INSTALL	Wed Apr  8 17:42:50 2020
@@ -102,8 +102,9 @@
 
 2    `docker run -it purgatorio emu`
 
-This will build Inferno on a small Ubuntu base. Note that Docker sandboxes network connections by default. If you want to forward ports from the Inferno container to your host machine, you can use `docker run -p 8080:80` to forward the port 8080 (host) to the port 80 (Inferno). If you want to run graphical programs and have an Xorg server running, you have to disable network sandboxing and pass the $DISPLAY variable to Docker like this:
+This will build Inferno on a small Linux base. Note that Docker sandboxes network connections by default. If you want to forward ports from the Inferno container to your host machine, you can use `docker run -p 8080:80` to forward the port 8080 (host) to the port 80 (Inferno). If you want to run graphical programs and have an Xorg server running, you have to disable network sandboxing and pass the $DISPLAY variable to Docker like this:
 
 `docker run --net=host --env="DISPLAY" --volume="$HOME/.Xauthority:/root/.Xauthority:rw" purgatorio emu wm/wm`
 
-This works on Linux. On Windows and macOS you would need some kind of custom Xserver setup to make this work.
+This works on Linux. On Windows and MacOS you would need some kind of custom Xserver setup to make this work. Option include vcxsrv on Windows and XQuartz on MacOS. 
+