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 X11/xmodmap(1) -- utility for modifying keymaps (and pointer buttons) in X
    The xmodmap program is used to edit and display the keyboard modifier map and keymap table that are used by client applications to convert event keycodes into keysyms. It is usually run from the user's session startup script to configure the keyboard according to personal tastes.
 X11/xon(1) -- start an X program on a remote machine
    Xon runs the specified command (default xterm -ls) on the remote machine using rsh, remsh, or rcmd. Xon passes the DISPLAY, XAUTHORITY and XUSERFILESEARCHPATH environment variables to the remote command. When no command is specified, xon runs 'xterm -ls'. It additionally specifies the application name to be 'xtermremote-host' and the window title to be '-fIremote-host'. Xon can only work when the remote host will allow you to log in without a password, by having an entry in the .rhosts fil...
 X11/xpr(1) -- print an X window dump
    xpr takes as input a window dump file produced by xwd(1) and formats it for output on PostScript printers, the Digital LN03 or LA100, the IBM PP3812 page printer, the HP LaserJet (or other PCL printers), or the HP PaintJet. If no file argument is given, the standard input is used. By default, xpr prints the largest possible representation of the window on the output page. Options allow the user to add headers and trailers, specify margins, adjust the scale and orientation, and append multiple wi...
 X11/XProjectTeam(1) -- X.Org Group information
    The Open Group's X Project Team was created as the successor to the X Consortium, Inc., after the X Consortium was merged into The Open Group. The X.Org Group (hereinafter called "X.Org") was created as the successor to The X Project Team after the The Open Group ceased operating The X Project Team. The purpose of X.Org is to foster development, evolution, and maintenance of the X Window System. X.Org operates under the corporate umbrella of The Open Group. The X Consortium was an independent...
 X11/xprop(1) -- property displayer for X
    For each of these properties, its value on the selected window or font is printed using the supplied formatting information if any. If no formatting information is supplied, internal defaults are used. If a property is not defined on the selected window or font, "not defined" is printed as the value for that property. If no property list is given, all the properties possessed by the selected window or font are printed. A window may be selected in one of four ways. First, if the desired window ...
 X11/xrdb(1) -- X server resource database utility
    Xrdb is used to get or set the contents of the RESOURCE_MANAGER property on the root window of screen 0, or the SCREEN_RESOURCES property on the root window of any or all screens, or everything combined. You would normally run this program from your X startup file. Most X clients use the RESOURCE_MANAGER and SCREEN_RESOURCES properties to get user preferences about color, fonts, and so on for applications. Having this information in the server (where it is available to all clients) instead of on...
 X11/xrefresh(1) -- refresh all or part of an X screen
    Xrefresh is a simple X program that causes all or part of your screen to be repainted. This is useful when system messages have messed up your screen. Xrefresh maps a window on top of the desired area of the screen and then immediately unmaps it, causing refresh events to be sent to all applications. By default, a window with no background is used, causing all applications to repaint ``smoothly.'' However, the various options can be used to indicate that a solid background (of any color) or th...
 X11/xscope(1) -- X Window System Protocol Monitor
    xscope is a program that monitors connections between an X server and a client. xscope prints to stdout the contents of each request, reply, error, or event that is communicated between the server and client. This information can be useful in debugging and performance tuning of X servers and clients. xscope attaches to the X server as if it were a client. By adjusting the host and/or display number, the client can be made to attach to xscope instead of the X server. server <-----> xscope <----->...
 X11/Xsecurity(1) -- X display access control
    Host Access Any client on a host in the host access control list is allowed access to the X server. This system can work reasonably well in an environment where everyone trusts everyone, or when only a single person can log in to a given machine, and is easy to use when the list of hosts used is small. This system does not work well when multiple people can log in to a single machine and mutual trust does not exist. The list of allowed hosts is stored in the X server and can be changed with the ...
 X11/Xserver(1) -- X Window System display server
    X is the generic name for the X Window System display server. It is frequently a link or a copy of the appropriate server binary for driving the most frequently used server on a given machine.
 X11/xset(1) -- user preference utility for X
    This program is used to set various user preference options of the display.
 X11/xsetmon(1) -- set video output format, sync sources and gamma correction values
    Xsetmon is a GUI program that allows a user to set the video output format/combinations, the sync sources for the graphics display, and gamma correction values. Xsetmon can also be used to set the default video format to be used at system power-up or graphics initialization. Users wishing to change the default video format must have root privileges on the target machine. xscreen is an alternative name for xsetmon....
 X11/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 option can be specified along with other options and only the nonspecified characteristics will be reset ...
 X11/Xsgi(1) -- X Window System server for Silicon Graphics workstations.
    Xsgi is the name for the Silicon Graphics, Inc. X Window System server. The server supports the X version 11 protocol, and is based on Release 6 of the X Consortium distribution. The X Window System is described in X Window System by Scheifler and Gettys (Digital Press, ISBN 1- 55558-088-2). For details on use of the X Window System, it is recommended that you refer to the X Window System User's Guide for Version 11 (Volume III), by Tim O'Reilly, Valerie Quercia, and Linda Lamb (O'Reilly & As...
 X11/xshowcmap(1) -- show colormap
    Xshowcmap displays the contents of the currently active colormap in a window. The created window shows a square for every color currently defined in the servers active colormap. The number of squares is the number of colormapcells the server supports. Xshowcmap has been specially written to aid server debugging/verification. To leave xshowcmap type 'q' while the cursor is in its window. The following options are valid: -bd color as usual - change border color -bw number as usual - change borde...
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