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  • A year or so later he ported it to various versions of Unix running X-Windows, using the TCL/Tk scripting language and gui toolkit.

    Boing Boing

  • Windows only: Taekwindow adds several key features found in the X-Windows based interfaces common to several popular Linux distros.

    Taekwindow Adds Linux-Style Window Handling To Windows | Lifehacker Australia

  • Denver80203: X-Windows copy/paste are awesome tools too.

    Install Firefox 3.5 On Ubuntu With One Command | Lifehacker Australia

  • X-Windows will find your fonts when you next log out or restart the computer, and make them available to all your applications.

    Living With Linux, Day 2 « Whatever

  • Two years later, there came Mosaic as Marc Andreessen and the NCSA ` s Eric Bina introduced the first version for X-Windows on Unix computers.

    Flock: new browser on Firefox

  • All told, including the lockup that occurs halfway through the configuration of X-Windows (it happened twice already, I'm sure it will happen again), it will probably take two hours more or less to get to a place where you have something resembling an operating system, such as it is considering it's Debian.

    The Linux Project part V

  • At its end, I had to make some choices as far as mouse, kernel type and location, and X-Windows desktop.

    The Linux Project part VI

  • In 1988, O'Reilly and Associates was producing - a two-volume guide to the programming libraries of the X-Windows system; in the process of showing it to vendors for licensing, people kept asking if they could buy single copies.

    Boing Boing: September 25, 2005 - October 1, 2005 Archives

  • The project has just shipped an OSX-native version that runs without X-Windows, meaning that all you need to do to run it is double-click and launch.

    Boing Boing: April 4, 2004 - April 10, 2004 Archives

  • This first stable release is enormous (170MB download!), and it uses X-Windows (a Unix graphical user interface that accounts for much of the download size), but it's free, it doesn't feed the beast, and it lets you interoperate with your Microsoft Office-using pals without dropping $500 on a piece of technology intended to lock you into an expensive upgrade cycle.

    Boing Boing: June 29, 2003 - July 5, 2003 Archives


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