X Window System Protocols And Architecture
In computing, the X Window System (commonly: X11, or X) is a network-transparent windowing system for bitmap displays. This article details the protocols and technical structure of X11.
Read more about X Window System Protocols And Architecture: Client–server Model and Network Transparency, Design Principles, Core Protocol, Xlib and Other Client Libraries, Inter-client Communication, X Display Manager, User Interface Elements, Extensions
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