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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop Deployment Guide
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22.0 The X Window System

The X Window System (X11) is the de facto standard for graphical user interfaces in UNIX. X is network-based, enabling applications started on one host to be displayed on another host connected over any kind of network (LAN or Internet). This chapter describes the setup and optimization of the X Window System environment, provides background information about the use of fonts in SUSEĀ® Linux Enterprise, and explains the configuration of OpenGL and 3D.

The following text contains several references to documentation that can be found below /usr/share/doc/packages/Xorg and /usr/share/doc/howto/en. This material along with respective manual pages is available only if the appropriate documentation packages are installed (xorg-x11-doc, xorg-x11-man, and howtoenh).

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