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X: A Guide for Users

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X: A Guide for Users

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  • focuses on the common components of all X environments—with supplemental coverage of the Hewlett-Packard, Silicon Graphics, and Sun OpenWindows X environments, as well as DESQview/X.
  • provides up-to-date coverage of the many recent enhancements to X.
  • includes extensive coverage of X's customization process via application and X toolkit resources and command-line options.
  • offers extensive discussion of three popular window managers, mwm, olwm, and twm—including broad coverage of their customization options with sample configuration scripts.

Description

  • Copyright 1994
  • Dimensions: 7 x 9 1/4
  • Pages: 368
  • Edition: 1st
  • Book
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-123795-0
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-123795-7

Designed for users of the X Window System—both novice and expert alike—this volume provides a balance of detailed tutorial material that explains the X Window System from a user's perspective and helpful hints for customizing their X environments to maximize user productivity. KEY TOPICS: Features in-depth coverage of modern X terminal environments from the user's perspective (e.g., a sample script for users who access their accounts from X terminals with widely differing characteristics); offers a semi-tutorial approach to topics such as window managers, X terminals, and the overall X client-server environment; and focuses on the common components of all X environments—with supplemental coverage of the Hewlett-Packard, Silicon Graphics, and Sun OpenWindows X environments, as well as DESQview/X. MARKET: For all end-users working in the X environment (engineers, programmers, scientists, and writers) and system administrators.

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Table of Contents



 1. Introduction.


 2. Getting Started with X.


 3. Window Manager Fundamentals.


 4. Using Common X Clients.


 5. Configuring X Clients with X Resources.


 6. Managing X Resource Specifications.


 7. Working with X Toolkit-based Applications.


 8. Fonts.


 9. Colors.


10. Graphics.


11. X Server-related Customizations.


12. Window Managers.


13. X from X Terminals.


Appendix A: X-related Issues.


Appendix B: Properties.


Appendix C: Resource Repositories.


Appendix D: Event and Translation Information.


Appendix E: Keysyms.


Appendix F: OSF/Motif Virtual Keys.


References.


Index.

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