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A Practical Guide to Red Hat® Linux® 8 by Mark G. Sobell

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X Application

When you use X on your GNU/Linux system, you can use many applications from a variety of sources: tools that are part of the standard distribution from the X Consortium (www.x.org), tools provided by your X server developer (www.xfree86.org), software added by your GNU/Linux distributor (www.redhat.com), other tools purchased from third-party suppliers, free applications that are publicly available, and perhaps some applications created locally. Table 6-2 lists a few of the tools often used with X on GNU/Linux. For detailed information about the tools that are available on your system, consult the online man and info pages and other documentation supplied with your system. For more information about tools that are not available ...

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