Diffs to YABL

Diffs to YABL

Post by Mitch Wrig » Sat, 18 May 1991 23:46:17



Date:  Fri May 17 10:45:59 EDT 1991

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< TITLE: C Programming Guide, 3rd Ed.
< AUTHOR: Purdum, J.J.
< SUBJECT: C Programming
< PUBLISHER: Que Corporation
< DATE: 1988
< PAGES: 456
< ISBN: 0-88022-356-1
< LCCN: 88-61496
< OCLC: 18865012
<  
227,246d216
< TITLE: C Programmer's Library, 2nd Ed.
< AUTHOR: Purdum, J.J.
< SUBJECT: C language
< PUBLISHER: Que Corporation
< DATE: 1985
< PAGES: 319
< ISBN: 0-88022-157-7
< LCCN: 85-60689
< OCLC: 12819701
<  
< TITLE: C Programmer's Toolkit
< AUTHOR: Purdum, Jack J.
< SUBJECT: C language
< PUBLISHER: Que Corporation
< DATE: 1989
< PAGES: 350
< ISBN: 0-88022-457-6
< LCCN: 89-61069
< OCLC: 21130331
<  
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< TITLE: C Self-Study Guide
< AUTHOR: Purdum, J.J.
< SUBJECT: C language
< PUBLISHER: Que Corporation
< DATE: 1985
< PAGES: 249
< ISBN: 0-88022-149-6
< OCLC: 12790605
< B-NO: 411153F
<  
< TITLE: C Standard Library
< AUTHOR: Purdum, Jack J.
< AUTHOR: Leslie, Timothy C
< SUBJECT: C language
< PUBLISHER: Que Corporation
< DATE: 1987
< PAGES: 437
< ISBN: 0-88022-279-4
< LCCN: 86-62528
< OCLC: 16411542
<  
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< TITLE: Peter Norton's Guide to Unix
< AUTHOR: Norton, Peter
< AUTHOR: Hahn, Harley
< PUBLISHER: Bantam Books
< DATE: 1991
< PAGES: 560
< ISBN: 0-553-35260-1
< APPROX_COST: 26.95

<  
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< TITLE: The SPARC System Developer's Guide
< AUTHOR: Leventhal, L.
< AUTHOR: Rohner, J.
< SUBJECT: SPARC Assemble Language
< PUBLISHER: Springer-Verlag
< DATE: 1989
< PAGES: <pages>
< ISBN: 0-387-97251-X
< APPROX_COST: 39.95
< KEYWORDS: SPARC
<  
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<
<
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< TITLE: UNIX Applications Programming Mastering the Shell
< AUTHOR: Swartz, Ray
< SUBJECT: Bourne Shell programming, grep, sed, awk, sort
< PUBLISHER: SAMS, A Division of Macmillan Computer Publishing
< DATE: 1990
< PAGES: 452
< ISBN: 0-672-22715-0
< LCCN: 90-61476
< APPROX_COST: 26.95
< KEYWORDS: Unix, Bourne shell programming, tools

< COMMENTS
<    I find this book a VERY good primer and an excellent reference
<    book on Unix tools and shell programming.
<
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< AUTHOR: Anderson, Bart
< AUTHOR: Costales, Barry
< AUTHOR: Henderson, Harry
---

Quote:> AUTHOR: Costales, Bryan

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< DATE: 1991
< PAGES: 736
< ISBN: 0-672-22773-8
< APPROX_COST: 29.95
---
Quote:> DATE: 1987
> PAGES: 542
> ISBN: 0-672-22511-5
> APPROX_COST: 26.95

1503,1518d1411
<
< TITLE: The UNIX Survival Guide
< AUTHOR: Nichols, Elizabeth A.
< AUTHOR: Balin, Sidney C.
< AUTHOR: Nichols, Joseph C.
< SUBJECT: Introduction to UNIX basics
< PUBLISHER: Holt, Rinehart & Winston
< DATE: 1987
< PAGES: 311
< ISBN: 0-03-000773-9

< COMMENTS:
<    It contains good tutorial information for new owners of UNIX systems,
<    as well as for new users.  There is a useful introduction to the nuts
<    and bolts of the file system, for example, as well as info on basic
<    commands, and a chapter on processes and signals.
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< TITLE: Using C with Curses, Lex and YACC
< AUTHOR: Schreiner, Axel T.
< SUBJECT: Programming
< PUBLISHER: Prentice-Hall
< DATE: 1990
< PAGES: 257
< ISBN: 0-13-932864-5
< APPROX_COST: 44.95
< KEYWORDS: C, Curses, Lex, YACC
< COMMENTS:
<    -- From back cover --
<    This book presents the development of programs that make extensive use
<    of curses and provides solutions to the typical problems encountered
<    when implementing full-screen applications with curses.
<    The book illustrates how to work in the Unix C environment:
<    
<    - how to build command languages with the compiler generatores lex and
<      yacc
<    - how to make portable full-screen dialogs with the curses library
<    - how to build symbol tables and manage variable-length argument lists
<      using C library functions
<    - how to manage program development with the make program
<    - how to manage multiple processes from a program and how to
<      communicate with them.
<
<    Throughout the book the full source code of a major example is shown.
--
  ~mitch
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1. 2 diff. xservers and diff. resolutions

Hi,

sorry if this is a novice question, i have searched a lot and found
nothing  that fully solve it.

we are developing an application that will have 2 monitors connected.
That will be in Solaris 2.6 most likely.

Two different resolutions and two different Xservers ( 'Xsun' for the
m64 g-card at 1280x1024 and 'Xtsi' for a 'Raptor 2K' g-card at 2048x2048
)

It has to be like that, for the moment, since AFAIK 'Xsun' does not
support the Raptor card and 'Xtsi' does not support the m64 card. Both
work fine if i start one each time as independent Xservers.

Also working when launched as two independent xservers at the same time:

     openwin -dev /dev/fb1  ( X --> /opt/X11R6/bin/Xtsi ) [The raptor
card]
     Xsun :1 -dev /dev/fb0  (the m64 card)

only problem is with keyboard and mouse, that i suppose has to be
disabled on one of the 'xservers'

i have read of X11R6.4 or Xsun in Solaris 2.7 with the '-xinerama'
option. Does X11R6.4 with xinerama option also work OK in Solaris 2.6
??.

I have also tested another commercial SW that works on several monitors
as if they were only one, but unfortunately does not support the Raptor
card.

-------------- The question:
is there any solution to start two different 'xservers' (with two diff.
resolutions) at the same time as if they were the same 'xserver'  ???.
They should pass any mouse/keyboard event to the other one when needed.

Thank you for any suggestion.

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