Running with Docker
As an experiment, we’ve set up a way to use Medley Interlisp via a pre-built Docker configuration. As part of the experiment, we’ve set up a docker container that contains Xvnc (a kind of protocol gateway) so you would just need a VNC client.
If this is your first time working with Docker, you’ll want to install it before continuing.
You’ll also need a modern VNC client; TightVNC works well. Rumor has it that Macs and Linux use VNC normally for screen sharing.
docker run -p 5900:5900 -e DISPLAY=$DISPLAY --rm --name interlisp interlisp/medley