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 X11/xhost(1) -- server access control program for X
    The xhost program is used to add and delete host names or user names to the list allowed to make connections to the X server. In the case of hosts, this provides a rudimentary form of privacy control and security. It is only sufficient for a workstation (single user) environment, although it does limit the worst abuses. Environments which require more sophisticated measures should implement the user-based mechanism or use the hooks in the protocol for passing other authentication data to the ser...
 X11/xinit(1) -- X Window System initializer
    The xinit program is used to start the X Window System server and a first client program on systems that cannot start X directly from /etc/init or in environments that use multiple window systems. When this first client exits, xinit will kill the X server and then terminate. If no specific client program is given on the command line, xinit will look for a file in the user's home directory called .xinitrc to run as a shell script to start up client programs. If no such file exists, xinit will us...
 X11/xkbcomp(1) -- compile XKB keyboard description
    The xkbcomp keymap compiler converts a description of an XKB keymap into one of several output formats. The most common use for xkbcomp is to create a compiled keymap file (.xkm extension) which can be read directly by XKB-capable X servers or utilities. The keymap compiler can also produce C header files or XKB source files. The C header files produced by xkbcomp can be included by X servers or utilities that need a built-in default keymap. The XKB source files produced by xkbcomp are fully res...
 X11/xkbprint(1) -- print an XKB keyboard description
    The xkbprint comman generates a printable or encapsulated PostScript description of the XKB keyboard description specifed by source. The source can be any compiled keymap (.xkm) file that includes a geometry description or an X display specification. If an output_file is specified, xkbprint writes to it. If no output file is specified, xkbprint creates replaces the extension of the source file with .ps or .eps depending on the requested format. If the source is a non-local X display (e.g.:0), xk...
 X11/xkill(1) -- kill a client by its X resource
    Xkill is a utility for forcing the X server to close connections to clients. This program is very dangerous, but is useful for aborting programs that have displayed undesired windows on a user's screen. If no resource identifier is given with -id, xkill will display a special cursor as a prompt for the user to select a window to be killed. If a pointer button is pressed over a non-root window, the server will close its connection to the client that created the window....
 xkspool(1) -- command-line printer queue creation/removal
    The program xkspool is a command-line interface to a few of the xktalk (1) GUI's printer maintenance duties. It can create and delete printers, or can updated printer queue scripts. Only the Super-User (root) may use this program. When run with the -O option, a printer queue will be created to the printer object in the default zone if no -Z option is specified. The name of the queue can be supplied with the -createq option, but qname only overrides a queue name that would have been made from th...
 xktalk(1) -- Xinet GUI for The X Window System
    The program xktalk is an X11/Motif client that handles GUI administration of Xinet software. See the K-Talk Administrator's Guide for more information on running xktalk. The only option xktalk accepts that is not an X Toolkit option is -notroot. When a user other than the super-user (root) runs xktalk, they are prompted to supply the superuser password if they want system-administrator privileges. If the -notroot option is given on xktalk's command line, that prompt dialog box will not appear,...
 X11/xlistscrns(1) -- prints available screens for an X server
    xlistscrns prints (to standard output) a list of available screens for an X server. The list items are suitable for use as a display parameter to most X applications. For example, if janus is running X server 1 which has two screens, then xlistscrns -display janus:1 will print janus:1.0 janus:1.1
 X11/xload(1) -- system load average display for X
    The xload program displays a periodically updating histogram of the system load average.
 X11/xlock(1) -- Locks the local X display until a password is entered.
    xlock blanks (or otherwise saves) the screen and possibly locks the X server till the user enters their password at the keyboard. While xlock is has the screen locked, all new server connections are refused. The screen saver is disabled. The mouse cursor is turned off. The screen is blanked and a changing pattern is put on the screen. If a key or a mouse button is pressed then the user is prompted for the password of the user who started xlock. If the correct password is typed, then the screen i...
 X11/xlogo(1) -- X Window System logo
    The xlogo program displays the X Window System logo.
 X11/xlsatoms(1) -- list interned atoms defined on server
    Xlsatoms lists the interned atoms. By default, all atoms starting from 1 (the lowest atom value defined by the protocol) are listed until unknown atom is found. If an explicit range is given, xlsatoms will try all atoms in the range, regardless of whether or not any are undefined.
 X11/xlsclients(1) -- list client applications running on a display
    Xlsclients is a utility for listing information about the client applications running on a display. It may be used to generate scripts representing a snapshot of the user's current session.
 X11/xlsfonts(1) -- server font list displayer for X
    Xlsfonts lists the fonts that match the given pattern. The wildcard character "*" may be used to match any sequence of characters (including none), and "?" to match any single character. If no pattern is given, "*" is assumed. The "*" and "?" characters must be quoted to prevent them from being expanded by the shell.
 X11/xlswins(1) -- server window list displayer for X
    Xlswins lists the window tree. By default, the root window is used as the starting point, although specific windows may be listed on the command line.
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