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 xset(1) -- user preference utility for X
    This program is used to set various user preference options of the display.
 xsetroot(1) -- root window parameter setting utility for X
    The setroot program allows you to tailor the appearance of the background ("root") window on a workstation display running X. Normally, you experiment with xsetroot until you find a personalized look that you like, then put the xsetroot command that produces it into your X startup file. If no options are specified, or if -def is specified, the window is reset to its default state. The -def optio...
 xsim(1) -- Simplified Chinese input server on X Window
    xsim is a Simplified Chinese input server which can connect with application programs through XIM (X Window System, Version11 Input Method) interface.
 xstm(1m) -- Support Tools Manager
    The Support Tools Manager (STM) provides three interfaces that allow a user access to an underlying toolset, consisting of information modules, firmware update tools, verifiers, diagnostics, exercisers, expert tools, and utilities: XSTM - the graphical interface (for X11-based graphics terminals) MSTM - the menu-based interface (for non-X11-based, non-graphics terminals) CSTM - the command line in...
 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, which are most useful if they are also read-only. The command: xstr -c name extracts the strings from the C source in name, replacing string references with expressions of the form (&xstr...
 xterm(1) -- terminal emulator for X
    The xterm program is a terminal emulator for the X Window System. It provides DEC VT102/VT220 (VTxxx) and Tektronix 4014 compatible terminals for programs that cannot 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...
 xtim(1) -- Traditional Chinese input methods server on X Window
    xtim is a Traditional Chinese input methods server which can connect with application programs through XIMP (X Window System, Version 11 Input Method Protocol) interface.
 xudced(1) -- user-defined character editor
    xudced is an editor that creates, modifies, and deletes user-defined characters (UDC). It uses bitmap(1) to edit UDC character patterns. Character patterns from existing HP Asian fonts can be modified to create UDCs. xudced runs on the X Window System, Version 11. If udc_file is not specified, the file $HOME/.nlio_udc is read. WIDTHxHEIGHT sets the size of UDC pattern. This can be specified by the...
 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...
 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).
 xzoom(1) -- 0 xzoom- magnify parts of the screen
    The xzoom program displays in its window a magnified area of the X11 display. The user can interactively change the zoomed area, the window size, magnification (optionally different magnification for X and Y axes) or rotate or mirror the image.
 yes(1) -- be repetitively affirmative
    yes repeatedly outputs y, or if expletive is given, the expletive is output repeatedly. Termination is by interrupt.
 ypbind(1m) -- Network Information Service (NIS) server, binder, and transfer processes
    The Network Information Service (NIS) provides a simple network lookup service consisting of databases and processes. The databases are files in a directory tree rooted at /var/yp (see ypfiles(4)). The processes are /usr/lib/netsvc/yp/ypserv, the NIS database lookup server, and /usr/lib/netsvc/yp/ypbind, the NIS binder. Both ypserv and ypbind are daemon processes activated at system startup time w...
 ypcat(1) -- print all values in Network Information Service map
    ypcat prints all values in a Network Information Service (NIS) map specified by mname, which can be either a mapname or a map nickname. A map nickname is a synonym by which a NIS map can be referenced. Values are listed, one per line.
 ypinit(1m) -- build and install Network Information Service databases
    ypinit is a shell script that creates Network Information Service (NIS) databases on either a master or slave NIS server. ypinit asks a few self-explanatory questions, and reports success or failure to the terminal. For an overview of Network Information Service, see ypfiles(4) and ypserv(1M).
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