Category:X Window System
This category is for terminals that support the X Window System (commonly X11 or X). The X Window System is a windowing system for computers with raster graphics displays. It is standard on Unix, Linux and other Unix-like operating systems and is available for most other modern operating systems.
Because network transparency is a key feature of the X Window System, it is common for graphics applications to execute remotely but display their output locally. An X Window System terminal is a device on which remote programs can display their output. Typically such terminals are connected by ethernet into a local network environment, but they may also support serial connections.
Pages in category "X Window System"
The following 87 pages are in this category, out of 87 total.