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Wiki - Home. The X.Org project provides an open source implementation of the X Window System.

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The development work is being done in conjunction with the freedesktop.org community. The X.Org Foundation is the educational non-profit corporation whose Board serves this effort, and whose Members lead this work. The current X.Org release is X11R7.7. The next major release will be X11R7.8. NEdit - the multi-purpose X Window System editor. Xdefaults. Xresources is a user-level configuration dotfile, typically located at ~/.Xresources.

Xdefaults

It can be used to set X resources, which are configuration parameters for X client applications. They can do many operations, including: defining terminal colours configuring terminal preferences setting DPI, antialiasing, hinting and other X font settings changing the Xcursor theme theming xscreensaver altering preferences on low-level X applications (xclock (xorg-xclock), xpdf, rxvt-unicode, etc.) Note: Using ~/.Xdefaults is deprecated, so this article will only refer to resources loaded with xrdb Getting started.

Using Cygwin/X. Described below are several methods of starting up the Cygwin/X X Server with a startup utility that optionally starts initial clients (for example, a terminal or a window manager) and performs X server configuration (for example, loading a keyboard modifier map).

Using Cygwin/X

Starting Cygwin/X in multiwindow mode (startxwin) Use the custom XWin startup utility startxwin startxwin is included in the xinit package (installed by following the instructions in the Section called Installing Cygwin/X in Chapter 2), which starts the X server in multiwindow mode along with a single X terminal. Run startxwin by: using the "XWin Server" shortcut under "Cygwin-X" on the Start Menu Starting /usr/bin/startxwin in a Cygwin shell: Manpage of XWIN. Section: File Formats (5)Updated: xorg-server 1.15.0IndexReturn to Main Contents XWinrc- XWin Server Resource Configuration File.

Manpage of XWIN

The X Server for the X Window System on the Cygwin/X environment running on Microsoft Windows, XWin can be optionally configured with the XWinrc file. A system-wide configuration file should be placed in /etc/X11/system.XWinrc, a per-user file should be put at $HOME/.XWinrc. Manpage of STARTXWIN. Section: User Commands (1)Updated: xinit 1.3.2IndexReturn to Main Contents startxwin - Cygwin XWin server initializer startxwin [ [ client ] client_options ... ] [ -- [ display ] server_options ... ] The startxwin program is used to start the Cygwin XWin server in multi-window mode and a first client program.

Manpage of STARTXWIN

If no specific client program is given on the command line, startxwin will look for a file in the user's home directory called .startxwinrc to run as a shell script to start up client programs. If no such file exists, startxwin will use the following as a default: FAQs for Cygwin. Xdefaults. .screenrc examples. When screen is invoked, it executes initialization commands that are contained in two files "/etc/screenrc" and ".screenrc" in the user's home directory.

.screenrc examples

These defaults can be overridden in the following ways: For the global screenrc file screen searches for the environment variable $SYSSCREENRC (this override feature may be disabled at compile-time). The user specific screenrc file is searched for in $SCREENRC, then $HOME/.screenrc. Cygwin/X. X Frequently Asked Questions. 6.1.

X Frequently Asked Questions

X11Forwarding does not work with OpenSSH under Cygwin Try adding the -v option to ssh, which often pinpoints the reason for a connection problem. From the ssh man-page : -v Verbose mode. Keithp/render/Xft.tutorial. Window Managers for X: FVWM. License: GPL Activity Rating: High Fvwm, developed by Robert Nation, was once dominant in the window manager stakes, especially in the Linux community.

Window Managers for X: FVWM

It borrows heavily from Tom LaStrange's famous twm window manager, which was the first ICCCM-compliant window manager to be written. The Official FVWM Home Page. Stuff for your Windowmanager - Box-Look.org.