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X window systems

programming and applications with Xt

by Douglas A. Young

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Published by Prentice-Hall in Englewood Cliffs, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • X Window System (Computer system)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDouglas A. Young.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.76.W56 Y68 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 468 p. :
    Number of Pages468
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2209722M
    ISBN 100139721673
    LC Control Number89032173

    The project provides an open source implementation of the X Window System. The development work is being done in conjunction with the community. The Foundation is the educational non-profit corporation whose Board serves this effort, and whose Members lead this work.. The last full release of the entire stack was X11R - since then individual modules. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

    Introduction - MIT's project Athena, X consortium and XIA, X11R3, X11R4, X11R5, X11R6; X Window systems architecture; X Windows and Open Look; X Windows and OSF/MOTIF; X Windows, PCs and Macs; X Windows and X Terminals; X and Unix systems; X commands and applications; the future of X. Series Title: Artech House telecommunications library. X Window System user's guide for X11 R3 and R4 of the X Window System 3rd ed., revised to reflect release 4. by Valerie Quercia, Tim O'Reilly. Published by O'Reilly & Associates in Sebastopol, CA. Written in EnglishPages:

    Supported operating systems. macOS X with macOS or later; Windows 10 Note: For devices running Wind they must run Windows 10 Home, Pro, or Enterprise. S Mode is not supported. Windows 8 or ; Windows 7; Windows Vista with SP1 or later; Windows XP with SP3 or later; Ubuntu or higher; Mint or higher; Red Hat Enterprise.   X Window System (Computer system) -- Handbooks, manuals, etc Publisher Sabastopol, CA: O'Reilly & Associates Collection folkscanomy; additional_collections Contributor O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. Language English.


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X Window System: Complete Reference Paperback – January 1, by Robert W. Scheifler (Author)/5(3). Introduction to the X Window System Out of Print--Limited Availability. The only available guide to MIT's version 11 of the X Window System - a windowing program for engineering workstations that run on UNIX.

For courses on windowing systems and by: Written by the experts who originally designed and implemented the X Window System and with new, significant input from X Window Consortium members who have helped evolve X Vers Release 6, this fourth edition is a major revision of this definitive reference.5/5(1).

Revised and updated to cover the latest release of OSF Motif, this bestselling tutorial guide to the X Window System describes how to develop interactive applications using Motif, Xlib, and X window systems book. More detailed explanations and examples make the second edition more accessible for novices while providing more detailed coverage of Motif for experienced by: THEN THE JOY OF X IS FOR YOU.

It provides an introduction to the X Window System, the de factostandard windowing system for workstations, minicomputers,mainframes and supercomputers running UNIX, MS and otheroperating systems. With this tutorial, users learn how to set up and use X Windows on a typical workstation, write their own code using C routines, construct graphical user interfaces, and build interactive applications using Xlib and the OSF/Motif tool kit.

Disk includes sample programs which work on a variety of by:   The only available guide to MIT's version 11 of the X Window System - a windowing program for engineering workstations that run on UNIX. For courses on windowing systems and gaphics.

Get A Copy/5(5). Written by a Silicon Graphics X Window System and OpenGL expert, OpenGL Programming for the X Window System uses the OpenGL Utility Toolkit (GLUT) to show how OpenGL programs can be constructed quickly and explores OpenGL features using examples written with GLUT.

This book also: explains the GLX model for integrating OpenGL and XlibCited by: The X Window System Series The books in the X Window System series from O'Reilly and Associates are becoming the standard manuals for X. They are based in part on the original MIT X Window System documentation, but go far beyond it in comprehensiveness and ease of use.

Over 20 computer vendors recommend or license volumes in the series. This book describes how to program the X Window System, a server application for Unix-like operating systems that lays ground for displaying graphics and gathering user input.

The book assumes some basic knowledge on how to use a computer, how to set up and use The X Window System, how to use a compiler, and how to write a program in the C programming language. An Introduction to the X Window System.

The X Window System, called X for short, is a network-based graphics window system that was developed at MIT in Several versions of X have been developed, the most recent of which is X Version 11 (X11), first released in X11 has been adopted as an industry-standard windowing system.

Find the complete The Definitive Guides to the X Window System book series listed in order. Great deals on one book or all books in the series. Free US shipping on orders over $   X Window System user's guide: for X11 R3 and R4 of the X Window System Subject: A great book that introduce many aspects of X-Window.

I'm learning GNU/Linux and X-Windows, but X-Window confuses me so much.I have been seeking this book in electronic format for a long time, that's great i found it here. Pages: The X Window System TM provides the base technology for developing graphical user interfaces.

At a very basic level, X draws the elements of the GUI on the user's screen and builds in methods for sending user interactions back to the application. In the X Window System core protocol, only four kinds of packets are sent, asynchronously, over the network: requests, replies, events, and errors.

Requests are sent by a client to the server to ask it to perform some operation (for example, create a new window) and to send back data it holds.

The X Window System l 81 The next section presents several high-level requirements that we believe a window system must satisfy to be a viable standard in a network environment, and indicates where the design of X fails to meet some of these requirements.

In Section 3 we describe the overall X system model and the effect of network. This book, the Wikibooks Guide to X11 is about the X Window System. The target audience of this book is X11 users. X11 is the graphical environment for most Unix or Unix-like systems, including *BSD and GNU/Linux ; it provides access to screen, keyboard, and mouse.

X11. Aimed at those new to the system seeking an overall understanding first, and written in a clear, uncomplicated style, this reprint of the much-cited classic describes the standard windowing system for Linux, UNIX, and other operating : Niall Mansfield.

Be very careful when configuring your X Window System. Never start the X Window System until the configuration is finished.

A wrongly configured system can cause irreparable damage to your hardware (this applies especially to fixed-frequency monitors).

The authors of this book and SUSE LINUX AG cannot be held responsible for damage. 8 Command Line Options This chapter describes command-line options that are common to most clients.

Some arguments to command-line options can also be specified as the values of resource variables, - Selection from X Window System User's Guide for X11 R3 and R4 of the X Window System [Book].

Wikibooks Guide to X Authors History Print. This book is about the X Window System, the environment popular with Unix systems. Contents. Introduction what is X11? Configuring making XF86Config or ; Building building X11 from its source tree. The X window system was first developed inas part of project Athena, a collaboration between Stanford University and MIT.

Foundation, an open group, manages the development and standardization of the X window system. The X Window System is also known simply as X, X11 or X Windows.X Window can be used for a truly distributed system; when it opens a window on another workstation screen, it is the remote CPU that is doing the drawing.

The current X11 version of the server can perform two-dimensional drawing of lines, rectangles, circles, arcs, text, and arbitrary bit maps on monochrome or color displays with up to 32 bits.