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 X11/xsm(1) -- X Session Manager
    xsm is a session manager. A session is a group of applications, each of which has a particular state. xsm allows you to create arbitrary sessions - for example, you might have a "light" session, a "development" session, or an "xterminal" session. Each session can have its own set of applications. Within a session, you can perform a "checkpoint" to save application state, or a "shutdown" to save state and exit the session. When you log back in to the system, you can load a specific sess...
 X11/XStandards(1) -- X Consortium Standards and X Project Team Specifications
 X11/xstdcmap(1) -- X standard colormap utility
    The xstdcmap utility can be used to selectively define standard colormap properties. It is intended to be run from a user's X startup script to create standard colormap definitions in order to facilitate sharing of scarce colormap resources among clients. Where at all possible, colormaps are created with read-only allocations.
 xstr(1) -- extract strings from C programs to implement shared strings
    Xstr maintains a file strings into which strings in component parts of a large program are hashed. These strings are replaced with references to this common area. This serves to implement shared constant strings, most useful if they are also read-only. The -v flag makes xstr verbose. The command xstr -c name will extract the strings from the C source in name, replacing string references by expressions of the form (&xstr[number]) for some number. An appropriate declaration of xstr is prepended to...
 xsubpp(1) -- compiler to convert Perl XS code into C code
    xsubpp will compile XS code into C code by embedding the constructs necessary to let C functions manipulate Perl values and creates the glue necessary to let Perl access those functions. The compiler uses typemaps to determine how to map C function parameters and variables to Perl values. The compiler will search for typemap files called typemap. It will use the following search path to find default typemaps, with the rightmost typemap taking precedence. ../../../typemap:../../typemap:../typemap...
 X11/xterm(1) -- terminal emulator for X
    The xterm program is a terminal emulator for the X Window System. It provides DEC VT102 and Tektronix 4014 compatible terminals for programs that can't use the window system directly. If the underlying operating system supports terminal resizing capabilities (for example, the SIGWINCH signal in systems derived from 4.3bsd), xterm will use the facilities to notify programs running in the window whenever it is resized. The VT102 and Tektronix 4014 terminals each have their own window so that you ...
 X11/xwd(1) -- dump an image of an X window
    Xwd is an X Window System window dumping utility. Xwd allows X users to store window images in a specially formatted dump file. This file can then be read by various other X utilities for redisplay, printing, editing, formatting, archiving, image processing, etc. The target window is selected by clicking the pointer in the desired window. The keyboard bell is rung once at the beginning of the dump and twice when the dump is completed....
 X11/xwininfo(1) -- window information utility for X
    Xwininfo is a utility for displaying information about windows. Various information is displayed depending on which options are selected. If no options are chosen, -stats is assumed. The user has the option of selecting the target window with the mouse (by clicking any mouse button in the desired window) or by specifying its window id on the command line with the -id option. Or instead of specifying the window by its id number, the -name option may be used to specify which window is desired by n...
 X11/xwnmo(1) -- Input Manager of the X Window System Version 11
    The xwnmo is a input manager for Input Method of X Window System. It is based on [X Window System, Version 11 Input Method Specifications]. It provides a multi-language input environment for multiple clients in the X Window System Version 11. Clients can connect to it by using XIM library. xwnmo supports multi-screen environment. xwnmo creates one window for Root-mode on each screen. The conversion engine xwnmo use is the internationalized Wnn. It selects conversion server in accordance with lan...
 xwsh(1) -- creates and specifies a window shell
    xwsh is a terminal emulation program that runs a login shell (or other UNIX command) within its own window on the screen. Command line options are available to specify the font, window size, title, and position when xwsh starts up. The command line options are: -anchor anchor-point Set the anchor point for window size changes. When the window size is changed from the size menu, xwsh needs to define which corner of the window is anchored down during the size change. xwsh attempts to keep the anch...
 X11/xwud(1) -- image displayer for X
    Xwud is an X Window System image undumping utility. Xwud allows X users to display in a window an image saved in a specially formatted dump file, such as produced by xwd(1).
 yacc(1) -- yet another compiler-compiler
    The yacc command converts a context-free grammar into a set of tables for a simple automaton that executes an LALR(1) parsing algorithm. The grammar may be ambiguous; specified precedence rules are used to break ambiguities. yacc processes supplementary code set characters in program comments and strings, and single-byte supplementary code set characters in tokens, according to the locale specified in the LC_CTYPE environment variable [see LA...
 ypcat(1) -- print values in NIS databases
    ypcat prints out values in the network information service (NIS) map specified by mname, which may be either a mapname or a map nickname. ypcat uses the current NIS server to obtain the information. For example, to display the network-wide password database, passwd.byname, (with the nickname passwd), type: ypcat passwd Refer to ypfiles(4) and nis(1M) for an overview of NIS.
 ypchpass(1) -- change selected NIS passwd fields
    Ypchpass changes selected passwd(4) fields associated with the user name (your own name by default) in the network information service (NIS) passwd databases. The passwd fields that can be modified with ypchpass may have different contents from those for the same user in the local /etc/passwd file. If invoked without options, ypchpass invokes the editor named by the environment variable EDITOR, or vi(1) if EDITOR is null or unset, to edit a template of selected passwd fields. After the user has ...
 ypinit(1) -- build and install NIS database
    ypinit sets up network information service (NIS) on a system. It can be used to set up a client or a master or slave server. You must be the superuser to run it. It asks a few self-explanatory questions, and reports success or failure to the terminal. It sets up a master server using the simple model in which that server is master to all maps in the data base. This is the way to bootstrap the NIS system; later if you want, you can change the association of maps to masters. All databases are buil...
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