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A number of terms are used to refer to the X Window System, including "X", "X Version 11", "X11", "X11R6", and "X11R7". The version of X used in Debian is derived from the version released by the X.Org Foundation, and is thus often also referred to as "X.Org". All of the preceding quoted terms are functionally interchangeable in an Debian system.
# Scripts in this directory are executed as root when a user log out from # a display manager using /etc/X11/Xreset. # The username of the user logging out is provided in the $USER environment # variable.
x11-common (1:7.3+9) unstable; urgency=low This release provides the ability to set session-wide environment variables easily. If you have the file ".xsessionrc" in your home directory it will be read (sourced) by the X session scripts during login. This allows you to easily set environment variables in this file that apply to all apps. This is most immediately useful for setting more»
Xsession(5) Xsession(5) NAME Xsession - initialize X session SYNOPSIS Xsession [ session-type ] DESCRIPTION /etc/X11/Xsession is a Bourne shell (sh(1)) script which is run when an X Window System session is begun by startx(1) or a display manager such as xdm(1). (Some display managers only invoke Xs more»
Xsession.options(5) Xsession.options(5) NAME Xsession.options more»
Xwrapper.config(5) Xwrapper.config(5) NAME Xwrapper.config more»
xorg-x11 (6.9.0.dfsg.1-6) unstable; urgency=high * Disable new evdev driver patches to prevent FT more»
xorg (1:7.6+8~bpo60+1) squeeze-backports; urgency=low * Rebuild for squeeze-backports. -- Cyril more»
* Xwrapper.config should really move away from x11-common, now that we only have one X server to d more»