using X apps across the LAN?

I have Debian/sarge (xfree86, Gnome) on one system and FreeBSD 6.0
(, icewm) on another. I've never tried to do X across the LAN
before. If it's possible, what would I need to do to run applications
on the Linux system from the FreeBSD box?



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