Chapter 6: Configuring the X Window System, Localization, and Printing

The following COMPTIA Linux+ objectives are covered in this chapter:

  • 1.106.1 Install and configure X11
  • 1.106.2 Set up a display manager
  • 1.106.3 Accessibility
  • 1.107.3 Localization and internationalization
  • 1.108.4: Manage printers and printing

Major modern desktop OSs all provide some form of graphical user environment (GUI), which provides the windows, menus, dialog boxes, flexible fonts, and so on, with which you’re probably familiar. In Linux, the main GUI is known as the X Window System (or X for short). X configuration is either very easy or moderately hard; most distributions today provide auto-detection and easy configuration options during installation, and these ...

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