The X server accepts requests from client applications to create windows,
which are (normally rectangular) "virtual screens" that the client program
can draw into.
Windows are then composed on the actual screen by the X server
(or by a separate composite manager) as directed by the window manager,
which usually communicates with the user via graphical controls such as buttons
What Is It ?
Xephyr is a a kdrive server that outputs to a window on a pre-existing
'host' X display. Think Xnest but with support for modern extensions
like composite, damage and randr.
Unlike Xnest which is an X proxy, i.e. limited to the
capabilities of the host X server, Xephyr is a real X server which
uses the host X server window as "framebuffer
Multi-monitor Mode Setting APIs
Keith Packard, <email@example.com
6 March 2007
This document describes a set of mode setting APIs added in X server version
1.3 that support multiple monitors per card. These interfaces expose the
underlying hardware CRTC and output concepts to the xf86 DDX layer so that
the implementation of initial server setup and mode
DRI Compilation Guide
VA Linux Systems, Inc. Professional Ser
This is a submodule to access linux framebuffer devices.
It is supported to work as helper module (
Cygwin/X Release Notes
Cygwin/X has continu
Generic Rootless Layer
X server test suite
This suite contains a set of tests to verify the behavi
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