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  Apple - Mac OS X - X11
X11 for Mac OS X offers UNIX users the ability to run thousands of X11 applications concurrently with other Mac OS X applications.
X11 for Mac OS X takes advantage of the Mac OS X Quartz graphics system to deliver hardware-accelerated 2D and 3D graphics.
X11 for Mac OS X gives you a complete, rootless X11R6.6 implementation, as well as display server and client libraries — plus headers in the SDK.
www.apple.com /macosx/features/x11   (344 words)

 Mac Help -- X11
But if the problem is with X11 itself, subscribe to Apple's X11 user list or search their archives for help.
X11 is also a graphical user interface and serves the same purpose as Aqua.
X11 catered to that audience, and so it is very difficult for "non-geeky" users.
www.scl.utah.edu /computers/mac/help/x11   (2147 words)

 Learning to Use X11 | Linux Journal
X11 allows for an arbitrary number of screens to be connected to each display.
X11 provides macros like this as accessors for the elements of the Display struct that are accessible to the programmer.
X11 uses graphical coordinates with the origin in the upper left and with the positive X-axis running to the right and the positive Y-axis running down.
www.linuxjournal.com /article/4879   (3137 words)

 MacDevCenter.com -- Hands on X11
X11 includes a window server, libraries, and basic utilities such as xterm.
Because X11 sets the xterm's path variable, you can launch any of these apps right from the xterm command prompt by typing their name and pressing return.
In upcoming articles, we'll discuss installing and using some useful X11 applications that have been ported to Mac OS X as a part of the Fink project, like Gimp, a popular open-source image editing application.
www.macdevcenter.com /pub/a/mac/2003/03/14/install_x11.html   (667 words)

 Technical Q&A QA1232: X11 FAQ
Q: What is the X Window System (X11) for Mac OS X? A: X11 for Mac OS X is an implementation of the X Window System that makes it possible to run X11-based applications in Mac OS X. See www.apple.com/macosx/features/x11 for more information.
Q: Where is the source code to X11 for Mac OS X? A: Yes, the source code for the X11 server is available from the Darwin site.
X11 clients do not appear as separate applications in the dock and when using Command-Tab to move through applications.
developer.apple.com /qa/qa2001/qa1232.html   (1942 words)

 The Labs: X11 Lab   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
There are several insufficiencies to be admited about X11: As per X11R6 there is still no native antialiasing font-support, neither alpha blending of windows.
X11 is huge to run on embedded-systems, a small window-system was developed from scratch:
VNC actually replaces what X11 was meant for once; there are now various VNC-viewers and servers available, check InterOS-section.
www.the-labs.com /X11   (453 words)

 X11 Extension
Use a prefPane to asign filetypes to X11 or terminal applications.
X11 Extension is open source, so feel free to download the source.
X11 Extension is written with localization in mind.
x11extension.sourceforge.net   (91 words)

 X11 Tutorial
Since then X11 has gone through 5 more ``releases'' and is now at release 6 (referred to as X11R6).
Almost all workstation vendors have adopted X11 as their windowing system, though many vendors still have proprietary extensions built into the X servers shipped with their hardware.
X11 also supports various bitmap operations [often called ``bitblt'' operations (short for bit block transfer] that can be performed on regions of windows.
www.visi.com /~grante/Xtut   (3392 words)

 Linux fonts (mostly X11)
For printing (and screen use with the Type1 FreeType2 rasterizer) the URW Type1 clone fonts of the Adobe 35 are nice (and they are included with X11 and GhostScript); if you have the Adobe Acrobat Reader, it comes with a set of original Adobe 14 Type 1 fonts too.
X11 bitmap fonts exist in a source format, BDF, and can be compiled into a much more efficient binary format, PCF, which is host dependent.
Because of various limitations of the traditional X11 font system (orientation, full metrics,...) a new server based font system has been designed and implemented called STSF which is considerably more general and flexible, and can be integrated with the X protocol using the
www.sabi.co.uk /Notes/linuxFonts.html   (3412 words)

 Sao's Place - Fink & Apple's X11
X11 is the de facto standard graphics system in the Unix world.
In X11, the top window, called the root window, is the size of the screen and contains all other windows and also the desktop background.
Apple's X11 for Mac OS X is compatible, fast and fully integrated with Mac OS X. You can activate X11 applications directly from the Dock, double-click applications directly in the Finder.
homepage.mac.com /sao1/fink/index.html   (2772 words)

 Unicode fonts and tools for X11
I have also made them available to X.Org for inclusion into one of the next official X11 distributions as a replacement for the current ISO 8859-1 BDF fonts (hopefully they will be in X11R6.7).
The copyright status of these fonts remains the same as for the original fonts in the X11 distribution, therefore any X11 server vendors are welcome to include them into their products without payment of royalties.
Summary: X11 was never designed for Arabic, Syriac, Indic, and special libraries such as Pango have to be used for these scripts.
www.cl.cam.ac.uk /~mgk25/ucs-fonts.html   (1636 words)

 X11 and MacOS X   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
MacOS X has its own graphical system, but by supporting X11 they allow developers of UNIX software to rather easily support running them on OS X. It is not a particularly Mac like experience, but it works, and if you've used IRAF you're used to UNIX by now anyway.
Most uers will want to run X11 rootless, and the best way to do this is to run Panther (MacOS X 10.3) and use Apple's X11.
If you bought a new Mac with Panther pre-installed, you have X11 hidden on a CD somewhere, but it may be difficul to find.
www.owlnet.rice.edu /~marcosh/iraf/macx11.html   (988 words)

 Fink Documentation - Running X11 on Darwin and Mac OS X
X11 allows the server and the clients to be on different machines, which often results in confusion over the terms.
If you have already installed one of the Fink X11 packages but for one reason or another have decided you need to remove one and replace it with another, the procedure is pretty straightforward.
The current situation is that the MIT-SHM extension of the X11 protocol is practically unusable on Darwin and Mac OS X. There are two ways to turn the protocol extension off: in the server or in the clients.
fink.sourceforge.net /doc/x11/x11.en.html   (6138 words)

 Big X11 Nethack Font
Now there is an X11 version of nethack, with support for 8-bit fonts.
At that resolution, nethack is too tall, but not too wide, so you can resize it to fit and then shrink the message area by hand until everything looks right.
Or, you can specify a separate, smaller font for the non-gameplay regions of the X11 window (you don't have to because this font preserves all printable characters).
hea-www.harvard.edu /~fine/Fun/nethack.html   (748 words)

 Apple X11 1.1.3 – Mac OS X – VersionTracker
Notify me when Apple X11 is updated on VersionTracker.
This update also addresses font issues present in X11 1.1.2, and is recommended for all users.
After the upgrade I have no longer been able to get this to work - I didn't get the redirection either running the Genespring application or R application (which both are scientific apps) on the remote.
www.versiontracker.com /dyn/moreinfo/macosx/17747   (364 words)

 ONLamp.com -- X11 and OpenOffice on Mac OS X
Apple recently released X11 for Mac OS X. It's the X Windows System that allows programmers to build graphical Unix-based applications and is based on the open source XFree86 project.
While you may not be a programmer, knowing how to install X11 on your system can allow you to run the hundreds of applications available under X11.
X11 for Mac OS X (Public Beta) can be downloaded from Apple.
www.macdevcenter.com /pub/a/mac/2003/02/07/x11.html   (3442 words)

Using Cygwin/X is documented in a step-by-step manner, with lots of pictures and examples, in the Cygwin/X User's Guide.
XFree86-xserv-4.3.0-61 includes an attempt to fix the Win32 application freezes being seen in some cases when pasting from X11 to Win32.
Alexander Gottwald and Harold L Hunt II devised a plan to prevent the clipboard integration manager (invoked via the -clipboard command-line parameter) from having to steal ownership of the X11 selection each time it is changed.
x.cygwin.com   (649 words)

 macosxhints.com - A collection of tips for Apple's X11 implementation
I removed X11 with dpkg (dpkg --remove --force-all xfree86-system xfree86-rootles) and then tryed to use this.
With X11, I can start KDE from xterm, but cannot get it to start when I configure the Applications menu by issuing the command "/sw/bin/startkde" or anything else at this juncture.
However now I've got X11 running and launching the quartz-wm fine but x11 doesn't seem to read on in the.xinitrc file.
www.macosxhints.com /article.php?story=20030110062251974   (1699 words)

 Hacking Linux Exposed   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
SSH has the ability to tunnel X11 connections through it - this feature is called X11 Forwarding.
SSH X11 Forwarding is a wonderful thing when you need it - it's much better than sending your connections back to your desktop in the clear - but you need to understand that you open your entire environment up to any attacker on the server.
[5] Just to be more confusing, some disable X11 forwarding on the server by default, which means the user has no ability to use it even if they want to, even though this could only be used to attack the user, not the server.
www.hackinglinuxexposed.com /articles/20040705.html   (1272 words)

CAD X11® is a Windows based mechanical CAD system ideally suited for engineers to create three-dimensional models and two-dimensional manufacturing drawings.
CAD X11® include 3-D wireframe modeling, surfacing, OpenGL, Direct3D and Gouraud smooth shading, custom IGES and DXF, 2-D drafting with ANSI, ISO and JIS dimensioning, geometric tolerancing, TrueType Font support, undo/redo, multiple views, data verification, geometric analysis, crosshatching, layering, CGM format I/O, PDF output, Gerber format I/O and on-line HELP.
You will need to email and provide your first and last name to be used for your username in order to download the FREE CAD X11® software.
www.graytechsoftware.com /products/cadx11/index.asp   (378 words)

 TrustedReviews - Samsung X11 Dual-Core Notebook
Not everyone wants to spend a small fortune on a notebook and many are just looking for something that will do the job.
This Samsung X11 is also is this sensibly priced area, not too bargain basement but not outrageously priced either.
The Samsung X11 is available in a variety of specifications, but the one we have here is at the lower end, with 'only' a T2300 Intel Core Duo (1.66GHz) and an 80GB hard drive.
www.trustedreviews.com /notebooks/review/2006/08/01/Samsung-X11-Dual-Core-Notebook/p1   (507 words)

 Using Exceed X-Server with SSH X11 Tunneling
SSH with X11 tunneling, on the other hand, is both easy to set up and secure, because it puts the client software back on your personal computer.
When using SSH's X11 tunneling, you set your X Server up with Xhost security, but you tell it that the only host it should trust is the localhost -- your own personal computer.
When using SSH X11 tunneling, the only "host" that Exceed will ever talk to is your own personal computer, a.k.a.
www.uic.edu /depts/accc/software/exceed/sshexceed.html   (2033 words)

 X11 Configuration
The specifications for the monitor are used by X11 to determine the resolution and refresh rate to run at.
The X11 program will attempt to probe the graphics hardware on the system and write a configuration file to load the proper drivers for the detected hardware on the target system.
Note: One of the tools available to assist you during troubleshooting process are the X11 log files, which contain information on each device that the X11 server attaches to.
www.freebsd.org /doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/x-config.html   (939 words)

 Open Source - Tools - X11
There are some things to know about X11 on Mac OS X before you start, and this article outlines the key issues you should be aware of.
Virtually all of these have been ported to Mac OS X, and many can even run directly on Quartz without the need for an X11 server.
This sample demonstrates how to make a bundled X11 application on Mac OS X which calls into both Carbon and Cocoa to perform various "native" Mac OS X operations.
developer.apple.com /darwin/projects/X11/index.html   (201 words)

Many distributions provide special configuration tools for X, but Slackware Linux only provides the standard X11 tools (which are actually quite easy to use).
X11 will load all available driver modules, and will try to detect the hardware, and generate a configuration file.
If you only have little experience configuring X11 it is a good idea to avoid
www.linuxpackages.net /howto/slackfiles/books/slackware-basics/html/x11.html   (326 words)

 Fonts in the X Window System
Since the only files the X terminal can see are those in its remote TFTP tree, unless local system management has copied the normal X11 fonts into that tree, the X terminal user will not be able to access them.
Users who have private collections of X11 fonts will be entirely unable to access them from an X terminal, whereas they could do so without problems from an ordinary UNIX workstation.
In the second case, your only recourse is to ask your system management to add your personal X11 font collection to the X terminal TFTP trees.
www.math.utah.edu /~beebe/fonts/X-Window-System-fonts.html   (2040 words)

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