X-Windows

X-Windows

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A common misnomer for the X Window System.
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Extended support for remote X-Window hosts Any remote Unix server supporting the X-Windows protocol, including Solaris, AIX, HP-UX, BSD and Linux, is treated as a NoMachine node and added to the cluster network just by using the administration GUI.
it will provide a sophisticated graphics environment based on the de-facto standard X-Windows system.
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.
Of course, you can get X-Windows (a Windowing application) to overlay on to your Darwin text shell when needs arise.
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.
In 1990, Binghamton University Libraries developed such a graphical user interface using X-windows and called it Internet 1.
Now part of the company's Extrusion Cell CIM system, this new X-Windows graphics tool provides the line operator with real-time and historical 3-D representations of the film or sheet product.
It's not clear yet whether that product is really going to take off like some of the other initiatives like OS/2 or X-Windows.
NetOp Remote Control now includes a Windows guest implementation of the X-Windows player.
The AIR system, widely used in air traffic control (ATC) and air defense/C4I applications for after-action review, debriefing, incident investigation and legal recording purposes, previously offered X-Windows screen recording.
Users can easily configure, administer, and rebuild their RAID array from a command line prompt or through X-Windows.