X-Windows

X-Windows

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A common misnomer for the X Window System.
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After extensive research and a technical product bake-off, ASG chose to partner with NoMachine NX to provide X-Windows deployments for their customers worldwide.
Unlike X-Windows solutions using display redirection, NiCE Admire integrates itself fully into the management server and provides a fast and highly reliable remote-management solution for multiple administrators.
PARIS takes full responsibility for integrating the control of the scan-converter into a C or C++ application program, and integration with X-Windows or MS-Windows is straightforward, allowing radar-in-a-window applications to be built.
Of course, you can get X-Windows (a Windowing application) to overlay on to your Darwin text shell when needs arise.
It just includes two additional pieces of software that allow it to run: a porting layer in which it executes, and an X-Windows server to display the graphics.
I've had some minor applications crash (mostly beta release X-Windows applications), but this never brought down the OS.
The installation basically consists of selecting source media, installation type, destination disk, partitioning the disk if required, selecting packages, configuring up the X-Windows server if you intend to use it, and rebooting.
The X will be for full X-Windows graphical applications, and is expected to come with HP's ChaiVM embedded Java virtual machine and to support HP's E-Speak extensions for e-commerce.
Prolifics' tool kit allows transactional system development on over 40 platforms, creating compiled files, similar to JAVA, the require a run-time engine to create an executable for whatever platform the files are to be deployed on--the Web, all the X-Windows, Windows 95, and even old green-screen character-based dumb terminals.
The workstation acts as the display server for other X-Windows displays on the network.
In 1990, Binghamton University Libraries developed such a graphical user interface using X-windows and called it Internet 1.