>There is no such thing as X Windows.
I can't resist. Yes there is! It's a GUI for UNIX systems
which is quite handy. I'm using it now. All my windows
even have little "x"s in the close boxes.
Ouch. Now I can't resist. There is no X Windows. What you are using
(assuming I've got this right, I never could stay awake in UNIX
worshipping, sorry, appreciation class) is a protocol called X for
sending window-system-stuff between different machines (or between the
same machine), a window manager (which may be called anything -
resource-hogging bastard is quite good), and a window manager called
something ending in wm (fvwm, twm, olwm, olvwm, etc.). All three of
these together are called X Windows by people who either don't know
any better (45% of people who use it), and by people who don't care
that pedants think they're wrong, because common usage says they're
right (another 45%, including me). However,
pedants still insist that there is no X Windows.
Hope this helps,
Alistair Young - Arkane Systems Software Development & PC Consultancy
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