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lbxproxy is useful for running X clients across a slow network connection. Applications need not know anything about the Low Bandwidth extension to X (LBX); they simply connect to lbxproxy as if it were another server. The proxy accepts client connections, multiplexes them over a single connection to the X server, and performs various optimizations on the X protocol to make it faster over low bandwidth and/or high latency connections.
xfwp is an application layer gateway proxy that may be run on a network firewall host to forward X traffic across the firewall.
proxymngr is responsible for resolving requests from xfindproxy (in the xbase-clients package) and other similar clients, starting new proxies when appropriate, and keeping track of all the available proxy services.
LBXPROXY(1) LBXPROXY(1) NAME lbxproxy - Low BandWidth X proxy SYNOPSIS lbxproxy [:<display>] [option] DESCRIPTION Applications that would like to take advantage of the Low Bandwidth extension to X (LBX) must make their connections to an lbxproxy. These applications need to know nothing about LBX, the more»
PROXYMNGR(1) PROXYMNGR(1) NAME proxymngr - proxy manager service SYNOPSIS proxymngr [-config filename] [-timeout seconds] [-retries #] [-verbose] DESCRIPTION The proxy manager (proxymngr) is responsible for resolving requests from xfindproxy (and other similar clients), start‐ ing new proxies when appr more»
XFWP(1) XFWP(1) NAME xfwp - X firewall proxy SYNOPSIS xfwp [-pdt <#secs>] [-clt <#secs>] [-cdt <#secs>] [-pmport <port#>] [-config <path>] [-verify] COMMAND LINE OPTIONS The command line options that can be specified to xfwp are: -cdt Used to override the default time-to-close (604800 more»
xfree86 (18.104.22.168a-11) frozen unstable; urgency=HIGH * Thanks to Anders Hammarquist, Steve Dunha more»
This package is part of the Debian pre-packaged version of XFree86 release 3.3.2, patch level 3. Th more»