Friday, August 26, 2005

[Osdir-daily] What Is the X Window System

The X Window System (commonly referred to as X or X11) is a network-transparent
graphical windowing system based on a client/server model. Primarily used on
Unix and Unix-like systems such as Linux, versions of X are also available for
many other operating systems. Although it was developed in 1984, X is not only
still viable but also is in fact the standard environment for Unix windowing

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