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2.6 Other X Clients

Here are a few of the X client programs that your system may have:

  • resize : helps programs in xterm windows recognize new window size

  • xbiff : tells you when new electronic mail comes in

  • xclipboard : helps with copying and pasting text

  • xdpr : prints a window (with the printer)

  • xedit : simple text editor

  • xmag : magnifies parts of the screen

  • xman : browses UNIX manual (reference) pages

  • xmh : electronic mail program

  • xset : sets user preferences

For more information on those programs, see your online documentation or the O'Reilly X Window System User's Guide .

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